Asheville Academy Enhances Family Support with Interactive Calls
Asheville Academy is pleased to announce its continued commitment to family support with a series of interactive and informative family support calls.
These family support calls, held every other Tuesday and typically hosted by the school’s experienced clinicians, provide an excellent opportunity for parents and guardians to ask questions and gain a deeper understanding of various aspects of the program. By participating in these calls, families can stay closely connected with their children’s journey of growth and healing.
October 24: Attunement
November 7: DBT Skills Overview
December 5: Validation
December 12: Holiday Planning
In a recent family support call, Asheville Academy delved into codependency, providing participants with valuable insights and tools to address this critical issue. The call aimed to equip families with the knowledge and resources to support their child’s journey effectively.
“Family support initiatives are an integral part of the healing process. By providing parents and guardians with the knowledge, skills, and a supportive community, we empower them to actively participate in their child’s journey towards growth and transformation,” says Executive Director Cat Jennings
At Asheville Academy, the commitment to family support is rooted in the understanding that the healing journey involves not only the students but also their parents, guardians, and families. To ensure the success of their children, it is crucial that parents and guardians receive the support and education they need. The family support calls are designed to provide families with the essential skills, understanding, and a forum to ask questions, thus allowing them to actively participate in their child’s process and journey.
By offering resources and expert guidance, Asheville Academy strives to ensure that families can actively engage in their children’s therapeutic growth and feel well-prepared to support them through their healing journey.
About Asheville Academy
Asheville Academy is a CARF-certified therapeutic boarding school serving girls and nonbinary ages 10–14 who struggle in their family system, schooling, or peer groups. This program specializes in relationship-based treatment—emphasizing high levels of family intervention, emotional safety, and healthy boundaries.