SEK is Designed to be a Collaborative Solution 
Contact our Team at (769) 231 - 9414. We look forward to working together. 
If you have a client who is struggling due to the divorce of a parent, self esteem problems, grief, loss, stress, bullying, or loneliness, please send us their contact information and a brief referral summary.
SEK is designed to support educational professional and referring professionals to provide unique experiences for adolescents that allow for successful self reflection and empowered breakthroughs that last a lifetime. 
SEK is a collaborative solution for all patients. By leveraging creative therapeutic intensives and unique experientials, SEK is able to support healing by eliminating distractions. 
Who SEK Helps:
Adolescents ages 13-17 who are struggling with:
  • Stress

  • Divorced or Divorcing Parents

  • Family Tension

  • Depression

  • Grief

  • Communication Challenges

  • Loneliness

Thank you for taking the time to consider SEK. We look forward to connecting with you soon. 
Apply to SEK
I have worked in the field of mental health for over 2 decades now. What I have discovered is that most trauma starts in early childhood. If we could start treating trauma early on in a child’s life, we could prevent lifelong struggles in adulthood.
This one of a kind therapeutic intensive utilizes the very important ingredients of Christian Biblical lessons using Mississippi agriculture as well as mental health tools and techniques taught through art, music, equine, nature and adventure based experiences.

SEK is different from any other therapy or Christian camp because we are combining Christian principles, Mississippi agriculture, and the best mental health practices to help young people heal from the inside out. We have a team of mental health professionals, recreational therapist, teachers, ministers, and farmers who have worked tirelessly to create the perfect curriculum.
Connect w/ Dr. Killebrew
If you are interested in expanding SEK to your state or school, please contact Dr. Killebrew.