Reimagining School Discipline
You hear it all the time in schools: detention, suspension, “silent” lunch, lost recess, and the list goes on. We are conditioned to think that this is the only way to handle school discipline, but is it the right way? According to the National Center for Safe and Supportive Learning…
Breaking the Stigma on Borderline Personality Disorder
Many of the students at Compass Rose exhibit Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) traits. The DSM-5 describes borderline personality disorder (BPD) as “a pervasive pattern of instability of interpersonal relationships, self-image, and affects, and marked impulsivity, beginning in early adulthood and present in a variety of contexts” (American Psychiatric Association, 2013).…
How to Observe Mental Health Awareness Month
As a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who has worked as a therapist with Josiah White’s and Compass Rose since 2018, I was asked as a professional in the field to write a post about Mental Health Awareness month and its importance. To be honest, though, I’ve never really thought much…
SUMMER PARENT WEEKEND
We are looking forward to hosting parents for summer parent weekend starting on Thursday, June 29th and wrapping up Sunday, July 2nd. The focus of this parent weekend will be REALITY – I am loved.
FALL PARENT WEEKEND
We welcome our CRA families to campus for our Fall Parent Weekend, September 21-24, 2023! Special guests include alumni parents who share how Compass Rose has helped their daughters and themselves grow as individuals and as a family.
Alumni Family Reunion
We would love to have you join us for a weekend of reconnecting with other CRA Alumni. The weekend will begin with dinner on Friday and conclude Saturday evening. This annual event was created out of CRA alumni’s desire to receive ongoing support and stay connected with the community they…
Winter Parent Weekend
We are excited to host parents around the holiday season for a winter parent weekend focused on Bonding. This will begin Thursday, December 14th and conclude Sunday. December 17th.
Independent Educational Consultants are hired by families to help guide the process of finding the best program to meet your child’s needs and to provide support throughout treatment. They are highly qualified and well educated about programs throughout the country.
NATSAP is the National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs. Find programs using specific criteria and find a program that may fit your needs. This website has proven to be very helpful to researching parents. It groups accredited programs together in one spot for you to search for those that best fit what you are seeking.
Struggling Teens is a website that offers information about programs and is a resource for parents.