Our approach involves identifying why inappropriate behaviors are occurring, and then addressing erroneous assumptions that may be in place. Through our ongoing mentorship, the students are able to discover their incorrect assumptions and replace them with a relationship with God. Boys come to us typically with a careless attitude about life. Many have acquired dysfunctional routes, behaviors, and attitudes to satisfy primary needs of security and significance. We have seen that a proper focus on the future and a relationship with God will change their focus in life toward excitement for their future. Counseling here generally involves the integration of principles from various psychological disciplines and with varying philosophical underpinnings. We embrace the appropriation of this information where it can facilitate discipleship. Most Christian therapists would state that certainly the goal of any sound therapeutic process is life and spiritual mentoring and discipleship.