Therapeutic Support to Help Students Succeed
Our UChicago Medicine AdventHealth GlenOaks School and Transition Program offers individual and group therapies to our students with behavioral health challenges. To help students enhance their social and coping skills, our social workers and counselors use these and many other methods:
- Bibliotherapy, or book therapy, which uses reading materials as part of therapy
- Experiential role-playing and skill-building
- Video work and discussion
- Written work
Because therapy groups are sometimes together for an academic year or more, the groups can become a highly therapeutic and cohesive intervention in helping our students succeed through peer support and positive peer influence.
Cohesive Therapies We Offer
Explore the different types of adolescent counseling available to students in our alternative school program in Glendale Heights.
- Group Therapy
- Individual Therapy
Find Support for Your Student
Your child's success is our top priority in the UChicago Medicine AdventHealth GlenOaks School and Transition Program. Learn more about our alternative school program or contact our team today.