Schools for Troubled Teens with Depression
Is a Boarding School Right for Your Troubled
Maybe. Maybe Not. If your teen is struggling
with behavioral, academic, emotional, or psychological
problems, you are undoubtedly stressed. But don't make
the mistake of placing your child into a program that
won't help - or worse, one that may aggravate his or her
problems. We're here to help the parents, families, and
friends of troubled teens to find the best intervention
Our hectic, fast-paced society makes
it more difficult for young people to make the transition
from childhood to adulthood. Rites of passage that once
helped teens understand the growing responsibilities that
come with age no longer play a major part in our chaotic
world. Todays world offers your children many temptations
without the life experience to deal with them. Children
and teens get many of their messages about how to act
from inappropriate sources - media, peers, or gangs.
Troubled teens often have low self esteem. This
will often be manifested through defiant self-defeating
behavior. The first step in diverting your teen from self-destructive
path is to realize your child needs professional help.
Therapeutic boarding schools emphasize
accountability and the need to understand the natural
consequences of behavior. Teens are removed from the environment
where they have mastered the art of manipulation and are
placed in a situation where they learn to recognize negative
behavior and make better choices.
Teens who attend a therapeutic boarding school
can make remarkable advances in a relatively
short period of time.
Boarding Schools Resources offers parents
a vast collection of resources. Including informational
articles and books, hotlines and helplines, advice, a
directory of related websites, how-tos, recommendations,
support, and much more.