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Adolescent ADHD Treatment Program

Board-Certified Christian Mental Health Treatment

Honey Lake Clinic has the right people to help you start your journey to wholeness. We’re ready to help. 

Did you know that attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorderGirl talks to therapist during adolescent ADHD treatment (ADHD) is often underdiagnosed and undertreated in girls? While boys are more commonly diagnosed with ADHD, girls with the same symptoms may be overlooked or misdiagnosed. For many teens, ADHD also co-occurs with other mental health conditions, like bipolar disorder or anxiety, making it even more challenging to manage. For teen girls who are struggling with ADHD, Honey Lake Clinic offers a residential treatment program where they can develop the skills and strategies they need to thrive. 

Our approach to adolescent mental health treatment helps patients heal in body, mind, and spirit. Faith is at the heart of our approach to treatment, and as the girls in our care grow in their faith, they also learn valuable coping skills and techniques to manage their ADHD symptoms.  

Call 888.428.0562 today to discover how adolescent ADHD treatment at Honey Lake Clinic’s lakeside resort can help your teen. 

ADHD in Adolescent Girls 

Many girls with ADHD may go undiagnosed because their symptoms can present differently than boys’ symptoms. While boys typically exhibit more hyperactive and impulsive behaviors, girls may display more inattentive symptoms, making them less noticeable. 

Common signs of ADHD in adolescent girls may include: 

  • Difficulty staying organized and managing time 
  • Forgetfulness and trouble following through on tasks 
  • Trouble focusing or paying attention for extended periods 
  • Restlessness and difficulty sitting still 
  • Emotional dysregulation and outbursts of anger or frustration 
  • Struggles with self-esteem and low confidence 

These symptoms might start to present themselves during the teenage years when academic expectations and responsibilities increase, making it even harder for girls with ADHD to thrive.  

When ADHD co-occurs with other mental health conditions, it can be even more challenging for teens to manage their symptoms and thrive in daily life. Depression, for example, is a common co-occurring condition with ADHD in adolescent girls, and can further impact their ability to function and cope. Our residential treatment program offers teens a safe and supportive environment to address these challenges and develop effective strategies for managing their ADHD. 

Our Residential Treatment Program for Adolescent Girls with ADHD 

At Honey Lake Clinic, we understand the unique needs of adolescent girls struggling with ADHD. Our lakeside resort provides a peaceful setting for healing and growth, away from distractions and stressors that can make symptoms worse. Along with academic support and individual therapy sessions, our treatment program includes group therapy and wellness activities. Teens in our care live in a 7,000 square foot residence that is a far cry from a traditional clinical facility—it is a home where they can relax and focus on their recovery. 

In equine therapy, teens can learn valuable skills such as patience, self-control, and communication while working with horses. In individual therapy sessions, they can process their emotions and learn healthy coping mechanisms. And in morning devotions, weekly chapel services, and worship encounters, they can deepen their faith and connect with God.  

We partner with families to ensure that teens have a strong support system once they return home. Through family therapy sessions and family intensive retreats, parents and caregivers can learn how to best support their teen’s continued healing journey. Every step of the way, our team is there to provide guidance and support. 

Contact Honey Lake Clinic Today 

There is hope for adolescent girls struggling with ADHD. Residential treatment at Honey Lake Clinic offers teens an opportunity to rest, heal, build relationships, and develop the skills they need to thrive. Call 888.428.0562 or reach out online today to learn more about our ADHD treatment program for teen girls. We’re here to support you and your family on this journey.