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How Sage Thrive Therapeutic Services Can Help Your School

Sage Day has 20 years of dedicated experience in operating private therapeutic schools in NJ for young adolescents. Sage Thrive takes that same therapeutic model as practiced in our four schools and bring them on-site to your public or charter school. On average, one Sage Certified Clinician™ will work with 12-15 students and of the […]

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Helping Your Child Cope with Divorce

It’s no secret that many married couples get divorced while their children are still young. Parents may decide to get divorced for a variety of reasons, but ultimately the decision is made with the well-being of the entire family in mind. While parents are coping with divorce themselves, it can be hard to grasp just […]

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5 Reasons A Therapeutic School May Be Right for Your Child

Sage Day’s Team-Approach contributes to the growth and development of students in New Jersey dealing with emotional issues. The school is proud to offer a solution to kids and teens that have struggled in traditional schools–the slogan “Here we will do what others say you cannot” greets students as they walk through the front doors. […]

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Information for Parents: How to Deal with Your Teen’s Eating Disorder (Part II)

In this two part blog series, Sage Day School provides parents with information about teen eating and body image disorders. In Part I we reviewed information about how teens develop eating disorders, common misconceptions, and types of eating and body disorders. In Part II we will review common symptoms and what parents should do if […]

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Ways Parents Can Help Teens Transition from Middle School to High School (Part II)

When your tween/teen gets to high school, things often change, largely based upon where you live. For instance, in bigger cities, one high school can accept students from multiple middle schools/junior high schools. It is not uncommon for these large high schools to have class sizes of 1000+ students per grade level. You child could […]