At Newport Academy, our mission to empower teens and restore families takes into account every aspect of a teen’s well-being—physical, psychological, social, familial, educational, and spiritual. This whole-person philosophy of care seeks to heal childhood trauma and attachment wounds that lie at the root of anxiety,
, and co-occurring disorders, such as substance abuse, eating disorders, and self-harm. Over 12+ years of industry-leading outcomes, we’ve learned that sustainable healing requires integrated, family-focused treatment that addresses these underlying issues. Our approach provides guidance for authentic connection with self and others through evidence-based clinical, experiential, and academic modalities. Individual, family, and group therapy sessions support teens to build self-understanding, reframe thinking, and repair ruptures in the family system. Experiential therapy allows teens to process emotions and build trust, collaboration, and enhanced self-confidence. Structured hours in the classroom each day, along with individual tutoring, enhance teens’ executive functioning, organizational skills, and love of learning.