Archives for October 2010

Choosing Teenager help programs: UGLY Pitfalls to avoid

If you have even given thought to the possibility of placing your teenager in a program to help them with their problems that they may be facing, then you’ ll need to be aware of a few of the most common red flags that we’ ve noticed in our research. 1 . Avoid any kind Read more..

Help for parents of troubled teens

  If you are on this website, then chances are that you’ ve had problems with your teenager and are looking for help. But you probably wonder if your child truly needs some type of intervention, or if it’ s just a “ phase” that they are going through, here are some warning signs that your child Read more..

Choosing the right program for my troubled teenager?

  That’s a question you could very well be asking yourself at this point. With all the options available to you it can be a bit daunting, especially when the item at hand is your child’s future. When considering which choice is the best for you and your troubled teenager, consider what it is that you are looking Read more..

Teenager help – Residential Treatment Center

A residential treatment center is a place meant to give your teenager a comfortable, home-like environment where they can receive the additional help and support that troubled teenagers in general are looking for. Students at one of these centers usually participate in several weekly group and individual therapy sessions designed to help troubled youth find balance and answers in Read more..

Teenager Help – Therapeutic Boarding Schools

Therapeutic Boarding Schools are advantageous in the method of their approach. Many boarding schools offer the opportunity for troubled teens to interact with other youth who have already overcome their more volatile tendencies. Our experiences have shown that it helps to have someone who has a similar background to what your teen has gone through Read more..

Teenager help programs

Is there such thing as a Free Teenager help program? The only free teen boot camps we have found are state-funded, and typically can only be utilized if your teen is already in the juvenile system. State programs may appear to the most viable financially, but there are drawbacks to be considered with this option. Read more..