MyTroubledTeen.com Features Questionnaire for Parents of Troubled Teenagers
BONNERS FERRY, Idaho, April 16, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — If your child has dramatically changed their attitude or behavior recently, you may be wondering if they require more help than can be provided just at home. MyTroubledTeen.com, a leading online resource for parents looking for help with their children, may have the answers you are seeking in their troubled teen questionnaire.
The questionnaire includes 25 questions designed to identify troubled teenagers, including questions regarding defiance, disturbing behaviors, school work, and drug/alcohol use. If you have any doubt that your child is struggling with emotional, behavioral and/or mental issues, it’s essential that you take this questionnaire.
“Parents often times wonder whether or not their teenager is in need of help. But unfortunately, many parents don’t know how to recognize troubled teenagers,” said a representative of My Troubled Teen. “Our troubled teen questionnaire is a comprehensive list that we have put together in order to give parents an idea of the seriousness of their teenager’s at-risk behaviors as well as to help them identify a troubled teen.”
Some warning signs of troubled teenagers include drops in academic performance, new friends, separation from the family, changes in dress and grooming, and sudden lack of motivation. If you believe your child is a troubled teenager at risk, or you can see that they are fighting emotional, behavioral and/or mental issues, it may be time to get additional assistance for their needs.
MyTroubledTeen.com provides a wide selection of helpful articles for parents of troubled teens and other useful resources including a large directory of therapeutic boarding schools, boot camps, military schools, private schools for troubled teenagers, residential treatment centers, Christian programs for troubled teenagers, and wilderness programs (each varying in the level of therapy and services they provide to teens).
For more information on identifying troubled teenagers, or to take the troubled teen questionnaire, please visit www.mytroubledteen.com.
About My Troubled Teen:
My Troubled Teen is an online resource for parents looking for help with their children. For nearly a decade they have helped parents of troubled teens, answering more than 10,000 questions from parents regarding their children. Their years of experience can help you find the right help for your teen, from counseling to boarding schools to Christian programs or even short-stay boot camps.