Pareting Guidance: How to Address Troubled Teen Behavior Without “Pushing Your Teenager Away” Parents of teenagers don’t need to be told that raising teens is… Read More »Expert Solutions for Troubled Teen Behavior: Transform Your Teen’s Life
As a parent, how do you tell the difference between a moody and argumentative teen and teens with oppositional defiant disorder? The odd truth about… Read More »The Odd Truth About Oppositional Defiant Disorder
The Difference Between Bullying and Cyberbullying The only difference between bullying and cyberbullying is that bullying is done face-to-face. In contrast, cyberbullying is done online,… Read More »How to Prevent Bullying from Destroying Your Adolescent’s Mental Health
The level of concern over teen mental health among parents of troubled teens has never been higher than today. Just five short years ago, a… Read More »15 Top Mental Health Concerns of Parents with Troubled Teen
The past five years have seen an alarming increase in generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) in teenagers. Adolescent psychologists point to the COVID-19 pandemic as a… Read More »How Parents Can Recognize Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) in Teenagers
Why do teenagers turn into Jekyll and Hyde around age 13? What happens to the child who used to want to go wherever the parent… Read More »“My Daughter Hates Me and I Don’t Know Why”!
Have you been told by a teacher or other professional that your teen may have a mental health disorder or a behavioral disorder? If you… Read More »Mental and Behavioral Disorder: What is the Difference?
All people can have a negative emotional reaction to some event or circumstance in life that provokes stress. While changes and unexpected events like illness… Read More »Teenage Adjustment Disorder: Symptoms, Causes, and More for Parents
Schizophrenia is a chronic, debilitating psychiatric disorder that is not commonly diagnosed in children under 12 years old. Although it is possible to develop symptoms… Read More »Residential Schizophrenia Treatment for Teens
The DSM-5 defines ODD as “a pattern of angry/irritable mood, argumentative/defiant behavior, or vindictiveness lasting at least six months.” Children on the spectrum are more… Read More »The Link Between the Autism Spectrum and Teen Defiance (ODD)