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Keynotes and therapeutic workshops

We provide seminars frequently, with topics such as family integration, communication, and values. These topics are essential in helping families succeed. Here at our residential treatment center for children and troubled teens we implement seminars as an effective way to include families in the process of behavioral change, while providing an opportunity to have quality time between parents and teens.

Teaching family systems


We offer monthly seminars, essential in residential treatment centers for children and teens, that create an opportunity to get information, share and reconnect with your family.


Providing resources to succeed

Being informed is the first step to solve a problem; in our seminars you are provided with the updated information about your teen’s feelings and conflicts. Then we take it further by helping you understand and reconnect with them. Seminars are an essential element in our program, for one of our goals is to create a support system for the teen with his family.

The goal of the seminars is to provide participants with resources about topics of interest and allow them to participate in activities that create therapeutic opportunities for family and individual growth.

“In seminars, families work together to grow together”

Fun and challenging activities to reconnect families

In seminars, parents and teens discuss sensitive topics in a controlled environment with certified psychologists working with them to create a better understanding of one another. The seminars are moderated by our Program Director, Dr. Hugo Wright, who has extensive training and experience in working with family systems.

  • Parent, student, and family seminars
  • A seminar each month
  • Provided by Program Director, Dr. Hugo Wright

Are seminars included in tuition?

Yes, just like all psychological services, seminars are included in tuition.


SBA offers constant seminars, allowing parents to get involved, learn and grow alongside with their teens.