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Are Teen Boot Camps More Harmful Than Helpful?
What are Teen Boot Camps? When troubled teens are on the path to jail, parents...
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How to Address Your Teen with Video Game Addiction
Video game addiction is a growing epidemic in the United States. Teens are especially vulnerable...
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Teen Sleep: Why it is Important for your Teen’s Wellbeing
Sleep is an essential building block for life. When we sleep, we rebuild many functions...
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Understanding Your Aspergers Teen and Procrastination
Being the parent of an Aspergers teen can be quite frustrating and challenging. The lack...
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What is Residential Therapy and How Can it Help Your Teen
Residential therapy is a modern and integrative approach that aims to help children and teens...
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How Wilderness Therapy Can Help Your Troubled Teen
What is Wilderness Therapy? Wilderness therapy is a restorative intervention for troubled adolescents. It “provides...
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5 Ways a Teen Autism Program Could Help Your Child Grow
Autistic teens experience the world differently than regular teens. They have sensitivities to audible and...
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“I Like to Move It”: Exercise Shown to Improve Mental Health and Wellbeing in Teens
The internet contains resources and tips for improving mental health and wellbeing in teens. The...
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Simple Steps to Help Your Child with Back to School Stress
What is Back to School Stress? Back to school is a hectic time for parents...
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Teen Internet Addiction: Research Shows Devices May Keep Us from Happiness
Teen Internet Addiction Might Become a Serious Problem With smartphones being increasingly cheaper and more...
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Is Your Child Struggling? A Teen Mental Health Assessment Can Help
What is a Teen Mental Health Assessment? A teen mental health assessment is “when a...
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5 Tips for Finding the Best Therapeutic Boarding School for Your Child
When your child is dealing with emotional and behavioral problems, finding the best therapeutic boarding...
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School Anxiety: College Students & the Burden of Succeeding
College is full of new responsibilities, freedom, and social situations. Not all students are capable...
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The Great Divide: Seeing the Difference between Anxiety and Stress in Teens
Studies conducted by the National Institute of Mental Health show about 25% of teenagers have...
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Facebook & Instagram Release Tools to Help Youth & Teen Mental Health
Today’s teen is exposed to a massive amount of technology. With that technology usage comes...
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Tips For How to Lower Mental Health Issues in LGBT Teens
The LGBTQ community has seen great progress in recent years. Still, LGBT youth are experiencing...
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Learning By Doing: The Power of Experiential Learning For Struggling Teens
The current educational curriculum focuses on scholastic achievement. Schools emphasize academic learning, and don’t touch...
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Google Glass Shown to Improve Critical Skills in Teens with Autism
When it comes to social interactions and reading emotions, teens with autism often encounter difficulties....
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Quality Care & Support: 3 Benefits of Residential Treatment for Teens
Over the last years, residential treatment for teens has become a popular approach to mental...
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End of Summer: Back to School Tips for Parents of Troubled Teens
Summer is the time of year teens spend with their friends. They enjoy time away...
Tim Jones

Tim Jones has spent the last couple of decades working with families seeking help for children struggling with behavioral and emotional challenges. In the past few years he has toured the country with his family and visited several amazing therapeutic programs. When he's not working with families, you can find Tim on the golf course or reading a book.

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Katie Smith

Katie Smith has over 15 years of experience working with struggling families with troubled teens. She completed her graduate work in psychology at Baylor University where she studied about the benefits of therapeutic programs. She loves to be outdoors and spend her time with her 12 year old daughter.

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Sarah Brown

Sarah Brown has a background in psychology and social work from West Virginia University. She has always been passionate about helping families and struggling teens. Her main focus is the familial structure and how it impacts teen behavior. In her personal time, she enjoys hiking with her dog, doing yoga, and gardening.

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