Motivating Troubled Teens

When troubled teens are struggling with different issues (such as bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety, etc.), lack of motivation is a common problem. Troubled teens often display lack of motivation in that their grades slip, and long term treatment options can also address the issues that troubled teens often have with their schooling. Zion Educational Systems is here for parents who need options for their troubled teens. To find out more, please call Zion Educational Systems today at 866-471-8579.

There are a lot of problems that troubled teens struggle with these days, and often times, even after troubled teens have made positive growth (getting through drug addictions by going to rehab, for example), the lack of motivation can be enough to either hinder more growth or, in the worst case, spark a relapse. Zion Educational Systems is here to help support parents who may be considering finding some sort of additional treatment for troubled teens, even if they have experienced other forms of therapy and counseling.

Troubled Teens Typical Student Profile

Divorce Issues
Family Issues
Depression and Sadness
Dual Diagnosis – Co-occuring Issues
Running Away
ADD or ADHD Issues
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Unhealthy Sexual Conduct
Drug and Alcohol Use and Abuse
Online Addiction

Long term treatment like residential treatment centers are positive options for troubled teens and their families alike. These are very different from typical short term counseling and therapy options. Short term therapy can definitely help troubled teens, but some students definitely need treatment that is more long term in effects and execution. Residential treatment centers are the option in this case.

Residential treatment works in that troubled teens are constantly surrounded by professionals, creating an environment that is totally therapeutic in nature. Many troubled teens need this sort of support, and residential treatment centers often communicate with family members and parents to help build connections and relationships between staff, troubled teens, and families. To find out more, contact  Zion Educational Systems today at 866-471-8579.

If you would like to know more about therapeutic boarding school and other residential programs for troubled teens, please contact a family counselor at Zion Educational Systems for guidance.  To get started click the button below!

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