Discover Seven Stars

Seven Stars is a therapeutic program for children with neurodevelopmental disorders ages 13-18. We offer students and their families the opportunity to build lifelong skills and confidence with the finest individualized and comprehensive treatment plans available.

Our program is designed to utilize the best in residential, wilderness adventure, and outdoor environments. Seven Stars’ foundation of success is built upon positive psychology. We use a personalized and strengths-based approach in order to help students identify and develop their strengths.

We work to avoid power struggles and punitive punishments. Our program encourages our students to get involved in the community, establish fast resets, and how to avoid and deal with breakdowns. We connect our students with logical and natural consequences of their actions. Through these practices, our students grow and begin changing their behaviors.

Seven Stars offers the most comprehensive program and facilities available, while also operating as a small and highly personalized therapeutic program.

Set among the beautiful Wasatch Mountains, the local area offers plenty for adventure and wilderness expeditions. We use the natural surroundings for hiking, mountain biking, backpacking, rock climbing, skiing, and water activities.

I don't know how to say thank you enough. Before Seven Stars I wanted to run away. Today I adore my son who is turning into a young man.

Seven Stars Mom Thank You
AnnParent of Seven Stars Student

contact

Phone: 844-601-1167

Email: info@discoversevenstars.com

locations

City: Syracuse, Utah

Closest Airport: Salt Lake City International

admissions

Average Duration:  10 months.

Who we Help: Boys and Girls ages 13 to 18

Student Profile:

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Executive Functioning Deficits
  • Academic Struggles
  • ADHD/ADD
  • Language-based learning disorders
  • Nonverbal Learning Disorders

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A therapeutic program for teens 13-18
Gordon Day
Gordon Day
Executive Director