E–pub/Kindle Teens in Crisis: How the Industry Serving Struggling Teens Helps and Hurts Our Kids AUTHOR Frederic G. Reamer
In recent years a dizzying array of programs has emerged to meet the needs of struggling teens and their families wilderness therapy programs therapeutic boarding schools alternative schools mentoring and court diversion programs independent living programs and myriad day treatment and partial services Yet all of these offerings employ mental health professionals or follow evidence based treatment protocols Some licensed and accredited but many are not and some use techniues that are highly controversial even abu. ,
Frederic G. Reamer Ü 6 ReadAls and tragedies exposing the tragic conseuences of emotionally and physically abusive practices and recommend a range of empirically sound interventions for the clinical challenges of adolescent depression bipolar anxiety oppositional behavior eating disorders and attention deficithyperactivity disorder The authors conclude with a blueprint
"For Reform And Best "reform and twenty best principles relating to harm prevention PROGRAM BASED DISCIPLINE INDUSTRY REGULATION UALITY based discipline industry regulation uality parental involvement staff education and after care services. Sive resulting in injury and accidental deathFrederic G Reamer and Deborah H Siegel written the first scholarly book on this influential Siegel have written the scholarly book on this influential controversial industry They begin with a time line of Americans' changing attitudes toward challenging teens and the programs and schools established to handle this population Then they summarize reputable organizations including a selection of community based and residential programs and schools and provide brief descriptions of typical services The authors candidly discuss a number of troubling scand. .