Helping Troubled Teenagers | Trinity Teen Solutions
By: Angie Woodward
Trinity Teen Solutions is a Christian focused residential treatment center for troubled girls. Our therapeutic programs include helping troubled teenagers to gain a new perspective toward successful and fulfilling lives. Education is a key component and we help students learn through our biblically based educational programs. Animal therapy and equine assisted therapy are part of the therapeutic methods we use to provide struggling girls with opportunities to heal and succeed. For more information, please call Trinity Teen Solutions at 307-202-8400.
In today’s world, it is very common for teenagers to make bad decisions. Sometimes, even the best kids make the wrong choices. Because it can be very confusing to witness certain behaviors in teens, how does a parent know the difference between an attempt to get attention and real potential trouble? If your child’s life has become unruly or she is not being accountable, she needs an intervention.
Each teenager is unique and the signs of behavioral issues may be inconsistent, so parents should not compare one child to another, not even another family member. Parents need to know what defines bad behavior and when helping troubled teenagers should be at the forefront. It may be time to look for intervention if your child is not responding to family members who are trying to reach out to them and things are not getting better. Parents can detect whether or not their child is heading in the wrong direction, with the result being juvenile court or a worse situation later in life, with certain warning signs, such as a sudden drop in school performance, abandoned friends for new ones, questionable peers, extreme mood swings, lies about whereabouts and abnormal financial changes.
Parents, you are not alone. Fortunately, there is something you can do about the welfare of your troubled teenager. Please call Trinity Teen Solutions at 307-202-8400 to speak to our professional Admissions Counselor and learn about the therapeutic options available.