Summerland Camps: Where Dallas Campers Learn to Live with Technology
Welcoming campers from the Dallas Area, Summerland Camps are fun and effective serving participants across the United States. We are the first summer camp exclusively for building healthy habits away from video games and screen-based activity.
Summerland Camps focus on helping young people ages 7-21 learn how to live with technology. Based on science, our approach is simple and sustainable. We help campers to look up from their screens and experience real adventure!
We help campers from Dallas and nearby areas such as: Highland Park, TX, University Park, TX, Irving, TX, Balch Springs, TX, Duncanville, TX, Farmers Branch, TX, Mesquite, TX, Grand Prairie, TX, Richardson, TX, Addison, TX, Carrollton, TX, Garland, TX, Lancaster, TX, DeSoto, TX, Rowlett, TX
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Video Game Addiction Treatment
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Cell Phone Addiction Treatment
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Insight Building Groups
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Technology and Internet Addiction Treatment for Dallas Teens
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Teen Boot Camp for Boys and Girls with Video Game Addiction Dallas
We are more than just a “boot camp.” Summerland Camps changes lives for the better. Campers leave not being punished into submission, but leave being inspired to lead the best lives possible. We show campers that there is so much more to live than video games and social media. We get campers to develop a realistic schedule and practical habits to live life in balance with screen based activity.
Along with a fun and motivating camp experience, families receive:
- A parent workshop to ensure parents have the tools necessary to support campers back home.
- Aftercare services to ensure the momentum is continued forward after discharge.
All of our camps are on university campuses. We believe this is the perfect setting to motivate and inspire young people to change and focus on the future.
Dallas Cell Phone / Smartphone Addiction Treatment for Social Media Overuse
Adolescents and teens today are interacting through their smartphones more than ever. Many have missed socialization opportunities and have fallen behind. This turns into a vicious cycle where a child lack social skills so they turn to video games to entertain themselves and interact. The long hours devoted to this then prevents face-to-face interactions, and the child falls further and further behind.
Parents need to be the ones to break the cycle for their child. At Summerland Camps, your child will leave with the skills and desire to interact and socialize in person, not online.
Dallas Boot Camp for Technology Addiction and Video Games
Summerland Camps are habit formation camps based on university campuses. Our goal is to be fun, uplifting, and to inspire your child to make changes in their technology use habits.
We provide campers with the education, tools, and support they need to make the right decision about their daily habits. Families often enroll in Summerland Camps after searching for:
- internet addiction
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- video game addiction
- social media addiction
- gaming addiction
- cell phone addiction
- boot camp for teens
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All our dreams can come true if we have the courage to pursue them. ~Walt Disney
What Can Dallas Parents Do Now?
Can’t wait for the summer? Below are some options to take action today.
Learn about how to support your child. Start the conversation using our parenting tips.
Learn about setting up controls on the most common devices to best support your child.
http://www.dallas-cms.org/finder/physicianfinder.cfm State of Texas Medical Board
https://public.tmb.state.tx.us/HCP_Search/SearchNotice.aspxUT Southwestern Medical Center