In adolescents, problems they are dealing with often can be hard for parents to determine. When troubled teens deal with emotional and behavioral problems, they often bottle up their emotions and hide what they are feeling with others. If your troubled teen is feeling alone, defeated, or is isolating themselves from others, there may be a deeper issue at hand. For more information about how Zion Educational Systems can help, please contact us today at 866-471-8579.
Often times, deep rooted issues lead troubled teens to act out in very destructive ways. Drug and alcohol abuse is one common problem that a lot of troubled teens get wrapped up in. Eating disorders, self harm, Internet addiction, and more are all problems that can be taken care of at long term treatment centers. Residential treatment provides some of the most thorough and helpful therapy options for troubled teens, both boys and girls alike.
Student Profile for Troubled Teens
Low Self Esteem
Taking part in Self Harm and Self Defeating Behaviors
Reactive Attachment Disorder
Depression and Sadness
Dual Diagnosis – Co-occuring Issues
Unhealthy Sexual Conduct
When a troubled teen gets to a long term option like a residential treatment center, these programs often discover exactly what it is that each troubled teen is dealing with. The most effective way to deal with a troubled teen in a therapeutic setting is to provide therapy at an individual level. Residential treatment centers are programs that seek to provide a therapeutic setting for troubled teens with a lot of different issues. Even if troubled teens have experienced short term treatment options with no real change, long term programs are able to provide hope and healing.
As a parent, are you in despair about your troubled teens and their issues? Do you find that your troubled teen is entirely closed off, seemingly unable to communicate how they feel and what they are going through? Are their issues causing a lot of problems for you and your family members alike? Zion Educational Systems provides tools to help. Give us a call at 866-471-8579.