Uinta Academy welcomes young women from around the U.S. and internationally. We admit students on a rolling admissions basis and accept applications for admission 365 days a year. Applications are reviewed by our Admissions Team, which includes our Executive Director*, Associate Executive Director*, Clinical Director and Academic Director. This intensive review process ensures that Uinta Academy is the right match for each young woman we accept. Please review our admissions criteria and feel free to contact us.
*It should be noted that our Executive Director and Associate Executive Director are both licensed clinical therapists with over 50 years experience between them.
Call or Email
You may begin the application process by downloading and completing our application, and returning it to us by fax, mail, or email.
Brochure and Program Information
Our girls are wonderful young women who have experienced emotional pain and behavioral disturbances and have often lost their way in relationships, academics, and social functioning. They no longer believe in themselves or their ability to succeed. The young women at Uinta Academy are dealing with trauma, attachment disorders, depression, anxiety, disordered eating, and a variety of other issues that affect not only themselves but also their entire family system. Uinta Academy takes a family systems approach to treatment in order to help the entire family heal and be happy.
Due to our clinical sophistication, evidence based therapeutic milieu and supportive academics, over 90% of our program graduates have not needed additional residential treatment.
Treated Diagnoses and Issues
The following is list of the most common disorders that we successfully treat at Uinta Academy; however, it is not all-inclusive.
- Attachment/relationship issues
- Anxiety Disorders
- Adoption issues
- Identity Issues
- Low Self Esteem
- Suicidal Ideations/Attempts
- Eating Disorders
- Substance Abuse
- Non-verbal learning disorder
- Pervasive Developmental Disorder
- Learning differences/disabilities
- Oppositional Defiant behavior
- Bipolar Disorder
- Personality Disorders
- Victims of abuse
- Habitual lying/dishonesty
Uinta Academy is able to accept young women with a variety of health issues such as diabetes, celiac disease/gluten intolerance, seizure disorder, food allergies, and vegetarians/vegans.
- Exclusionary Diagnoses and Issues:
- Physical Violence
- FSIQ less than 90
- Conduct Disorder
- Non-English Speaking
- Severe Autism
- History of Fire Setting