Therapeutic needs

ther·a·peu·tic / need.s

(thĕr′ə-pyo͞o′tĭk)  (nēdz)


Therapeutic needs are an individual's personal psychological requirements that will assist them in recovering from their own, therapeutic disorders. For instance, a person who struggles with severe, debilitating depression, may have therapeutic needs of residential treatment. It is imperative for people who have such needs, to fully satisfy their condition by seeking therapeutic services. Additionally, these individuals need to seek therapeutic services that are pertinent to their own, personal recovery.

Therapeutic needs of troubled teens

Troubled teens are a faction of people who possess various types of therapeutic needs. A troubled teenage boy or girl typically suffers from a plethora of psychical maladies. These underlying, cerebral ailments are usually the root-cause of an adolescent's out of control, self-destructive behaviors. Consequently, troubled teens who suffer from psychosomatic disorders can meet their therapeutic needs through intensive and specialized, psychotherapy treatments.

While there are many options in terms of psychological services, there is none more efficient than residential treatment. Troubled teen restoration programs, such as therapeutic boarding schools, are a viable option for teens with therapeutic needs.





Treatment can be defined as, medical care given to a patient for an illness or injury. Treatment is can also be used as a powerful tool in restoring the lives of addicted, psychologically ailing individuals as well. Treatment for addicted and psychologically ailing people varies considerably in what kind of treatment it provides and how the particular treatment is administered.

Treatment for troubled teens

In terms of the therapeutic care for troubled teens, treatment is crucial for correcting dangerous behavioral patterns, providing long lasting therapeutic healing, and overcoming hazardous and self-destructive addictions. Treatment for troubled teens varies in duration, methods and intensity, greatly depending on the various therapeutic and addiction recovery needs of the individual child.

Parents who are seeking treatment for their troubled child should be well educated and informed on the different types of treatment that is available to them. Different types of treatment provide differing methods and intensity that may significantly benefit some adolescents. However, this particular treatment option may not be as efficient in treating certain teens who do not possess the ailments that the treatment option is specialized in treating. For this reason, it is imperative for parents to inquire about the specific functions of treatment options in order to make sure the treatment is best suited to treat their child.

Treatment methods

treat·ment | meth·od
ˈ/trētmənt/ /meTHəds/


Treatment methods can be defined as, the style and purpose in which treatment is directed. Treatment methods are unique to the particular treatment program. The treatment methods used are designed to treat whatever ailments the particular treatment program is equipped to address. For example, treatment methods of a rehabilitation center are designed to assist addicted individuals in recovering and permanently overcoming their various addictions.

Treatment methods are somewhat subjective and are sometimes, proven to be ineffective. An example of proven, ineffective treatment methods is the treatment of boot camps for troubled teens. For decades, boot camps for troubled teens were thought to be an efficient and viable option in treating the behavioral problems within troubled adolescents. However, with the advancement of psychological understanding and discovery, many troubled teen experts now believe the negative reinforcement treatment methods offered at boot camps, are archaic, and overall, inefficient. Additionally, these same experts also believe boot camps to hold little or no therapeutic value. 

To summarize, it is crucial for parents of troubled teens to fully understand the functions and treatment methods of any potential treatment options. Through thorough investigation, parents are ensuring their child will receive only the most efficient treatment.


Troubled teens

trou.bled teens

|ˈtrəbəld| |tēnz|

The term, 'troubled teen,' is a broad terminology used to describe adolescents who display out of control and self-destructive behaviors. It is important for parents of troubled teens to find appropriate assistance for their teen in terms of correcting their self-destructive behaviors.

The negative behaviors of troubled teens vary considerably in particularity and severity. Troubled teens display negative behaviors including, disrespect authority, skipping academic obligations, over-promiscuity, self-harm and engaging in harmful substance abuses. If these actions are left untreated, troubled adolescents are at risk of developing life-long habits that may not only destroy their potential, but may lead to fatal consequences.

Troubled teen treatment

Due to the potential, life-threatening repercussions of troubled teen's behaviors, it is is crucial for parents to seek treatment for their child. Treatment for troubled teens is plentiful in terms of sheer numbers of therapeutic options. Parents can find solace in choosing treatment options, such as a therapeutic boarding school or a residential treatment center.