THE GREENBRIER COMMUNITY
How Residential Life Connects to Your Daughter’s Therapy
How does the family unit create self and peer accountability?
As the leader of the Family Unit, your daughter’s therapist will conduct one-on-one and group therapy sessions as well as facilitate the Family Unit Aspirations Council and parent/student phone calls based on the Aspiration your daughter is currently working through.
The Family Unit connects in group therapy 4-5 times per week and holds 3 “huddles” each day. Facilitated by the therapist, Academic Advisor or an Residential Mentor, the “huddles” are a way to organize schedules, maintain focus, problem solve and manage emotions.
The Family Unit Aspirations Council is where your daughter gives and receives feedback on each sister’s sincerity and effort in working through their current Aspiration. These meetings are a powerful tool focused on self and peer accountability in a safe and caring environment.