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Graydon Manor

Residential Treatment Center

Graydon Manor Program Information

Gender: Coeducational
Ages: 10 - 17
Grades: 5th - 12th
Estimated Enrollment: 47
Length of Stay:
Program was founded in: 1957
Accreditations: Affiliations:

Graydon Manor Contact Information

801 Childrens Center Road, SW
Leesburg, VA 20175
Phone: 703-777-3485
Fax: 703-777-4887
School Contact: Judy Klinedinst
Alternative Contact: Robert Smith
Therapy Provided?: Yes

Program Description:

Graydon Manor is dedicated to treating children and adolescents with serious emotional problems, while at the same time helping their families.

INPATIENT SERVICES: Children and adolescents with severe emotional and psychological difficulties are
treated within the residential, psychiatric program. Sometimes these difficulties are coupled with learning
disorders or chemical dependency issues. Admission criteria include: 1) boys and girls 10-17; 2) a diagnosed
months; 3) low average or higher intelligence; 4) good physical health, to ensure full program participation;
reports and an on-campus interview occur prior to a decision to accept a youngster.

The Graydon Manor program is based on psychodynamic developmental concepts; the approach is
essentially biopsychosocial. It is assumed that the youngster can at some level come to understand the
forces that have molded him/her, and thereby can be helped to modify his/her behavior and thinking along
more productive paths.

OUTPATIENT SERVICES: The Outpatient program specializes in treating families
and children coping with:

School refusal and truancy
Child rearing concerns
Divorce/separation/custody issues
Death of a loved one
Difficulties with social skills and/or making friends
Emotional, physical, or sexual abuse
Adoption of special needs children
Substance abuse
Self-esteem problems

Since its inception in 1997, Graydon Manor Day School has provided a therapeutic,
educational environment for students that cannot meet the demands and
expectations of a larger traditional school model.

The program, of no more than 30 students, is licensed by the Virginia Department
of Education. It serves youth identified as having serious emotional disturbances,
specific learning disabilities, or other health impairments. Additionally, the program
is accredited through the Virginia Association of Independent Specialized
Education Facilities (VAISEF).

Students also receive academic instruction with an emphasis on meeting individual learning goals. Many students require extra
support in one or more areas of their academic knowledge base. Teachers and classroom counselors work in small groups and one-
on-one settings to help all students meet their personal academic goals.

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