We can help your teen boy if he suffers from Reactive Attachment Disorder (or RAD), a rare but serious condition that leaves him unable to form a healthy emotional attachment with a mother (or primary caregiver). Reliable care of a baby’s physical and emotional needs enables them to learn to bond, and devoid of that (i.e.: from temporary foster care, adoption), they may have difficulty establishing any close bonds.
There are two types of RAD (sometimes also known as Reactive Attachment Disorder). Parents may find a teen acting detached, unemotional, inhibited or introverted. With the other kind they might be unbecomingly familiar or affectionate with complete strangers.
A Large Part of our Past and Current Students Have Reactive Attachment Disorders
Many children who were adopted exhibit attachment disorders in their teenage years. A stable and sustaining environment is necessary for your teen to learn to create healthy attachments and relationships. Our emphasis on family therapy is also critically important in the treatment of Reactive Attachment Disorder, encouraging communication between you and your son. We can help you heal the disorder, so your teen can avoid developing mounting social and behavioral issues later in life. Instead he can enjoy healthy relationships with you and with others.
A Rugged, Caring boys ranch for At-Risk Teen Boys
At Triangle Cross Ranch, LLC, we focus on quality outdoor experiences, allowing boys to get their hands dirty and dig deep into issues in order to heal from their past. Triangle Cross Ranch, LLC also uses “Reality Therapy” to help your at-risk teen boy heal his mind, body and soul.
Our remote, 50,000-acre working cattle ranch and farm sits near Yellowstone National Park in scenic NW Wyoming–a great place to learn important life lessons that set him on a new path with meaning and purpose. Plus, our experienced, caring and committed staff provides strong academic support, as well as trade school education on-site.
Troubled boys receive the individualized care and attention that they need to address Reactive Detachment Disorders, along with life-changing experiences and hands-on learning opportunities. Call us today at (307) 645-3322 and see if your son would be a good fit in our real life ranch boys ranch. We’re here to help!