“Surrounding the girls with an enriched and supportive therapeutic environment in all facets of daily life, the effects and contribution to their lives are enhanced immensely.”
The boarding school employs a feminist-Jewish approach to therapy, with the goal being to assist the teenage girl to shape her own individual world-view, to empower her to believe in her own potential both as a young woman as well as a young Jewish woman, and to remain connected to her Judaism out of love (as opposed to coercion, which most girls have experienced in the past).
The boarding school provides a comprehensive holistic therapeutic environment for the girls, which means that they are totally immersed in the support and therapy given: in their studies, eating times, social connections, coping with the pressures of school, handling the gamut of emotional states, and so on. The approach of such a system is that by surrounding the girls with an enriched and supportive therapeutic environment in all facets of daily life, the effects and contribution to their lives are enhanced immensely.(Bibi, Blenero-Spring, Oren-Chipman, 2016).
The boarding school utilizes different types of approaches in treatment such as CBT, Somatic Experience, art therapy, and more.