Boarding Schools for Troubled Teens
Have you ever thought to yourself that sending away
your trouble teen would be a good idea? Sometimes removing the teen
from a difficult situation and/or location can be smart.
What are boarding schools and what do they have to
offer the parent of a troubled teen? Doctor Phil did a TV show
concerning our troubled teens. During that show Doctor Phil recommended
parents consider the boarding schools as an effective solution.
A good school will offer both wilderness training
and academic training. Both programs are set up to work apart from the
other. Both components to this type of teaching can stand-alone. By the
time the troubled teen is ready to go back home, he or she will have
learned amazing and valuable skills.
Recovery issues treated through boarding schools can include:
# Assistance with adhering to court or probation orders
# Acquiring the GED/Diploma programs
# Assistance with College Courses
# Life skill training dynamics
# Re-establishing family and community ties
# Exposure to healthy lifestyle pursuits and positive peers
The truly good boarding schools for troubled teens
offer a multi-disciplinary approach and are not just geared to any one
set of problems. Therapy and academic training operate hand in hand.
Parents are confident that their teen will get the help they need at a
boarding school they can trust.
There are a variety of diverse board schools for
troubled teens. They run the gambit in programming and offer help in
. Suicide ideation
. Acting out
Troubled teens learn valuable life skills that are
both practical and innovation. When they return home to their families
and peers they feel much better about themselves.
Especially with wilderness training, the teens learn
to rely on themselves and their peers and leaders. All of this makes
short work of defiance and one-upmanship.
The best possible thing a parent can do for a troubled teen is to held them accountable.