Troubled teen camps for struggling youth
Camps that emphasize experiential therapy can profoundly affect teenagers with issues such as ADHD, Autism, Asperser’s, obesity, learning differences, or behavioral problems. Troubled teenagers and youth with special needs often don't fit into traditional summer camps. Therefore, parents of troubled teens look to speciality camps that offer therapeutic intervention for rebellious teens.
Parents who have a child heading down the "wrong path" will often see dramatic changes in their child's attitude, behavior, and motivation. These changes scare the parents, and they should. Many parents choose a camp for troubled kids as one solutionn. Do these camps work? Generally speaking, the better camps (offering substantial therapeutic help) do work.
After a short stay in a top camp for troubled teens parents are shocked to see a total transformation in their child. The good news is that these programs work and they produce significant results. The bad news is that the "heart change" is short-term, and the child does sustain the positive changes unless they are invovled in an aftercare program that includes their family. The aftercare program is continued therapeutic intervention conducted at home, through therapists, and it is critical for long-term success.
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