Clarity Into

Residential Treatment

We provide the only independent and comprehensive directory with the essential facts for the different therapeutic programs, schools, coaching, and substance abuse treatment options. This is your first step in discovering the best treatment options for your troubled teen or young adult.

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What are interventional therapy programs and how do I know which is right for my family?

There are vast options available for therapeutic private-pay residential behavioral health interventions ranging from locked facilities to staff secured, from rural to urban settings, where a struggling teen will have no individual therapy to multiple sessions a week, or hours and hours of planned or spontaneous group therapy to none.  All Kinds of Therapy provides facts reported by the programs and it reveals various approaches to begin to tease out the correct intervention or interventions for your teen or struggling young adult.

This site is designed for you to revisit and compare different options. Ask yourself what the professionals are recommending to address your child's clinical, social, environmental, academic or family needs.

This site provides a map for your family's journey, highlighting some of the broad questions that a family experiences when deciding to send their child, teen, or young adult to a residential setting to begin to address the mental, behavioral or addiction needs.

From The Blog

Emerging Adulthood is a Safer Approach

It is often taken for granted that the phenomenon known as “failure to launch” is pathological and merits extensive clinical and educational intervention. I have even heard this described as an “epidemic.” However, this stance ignores much of human history, development and culture.

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Turning 18 in Treatment: Where Do You Go - Teen Treatment Option or Young Adult? An interview with Shayna Abraham, M.A.

For the vast majority of the clients I am work with, they are not prepared to enter into young adulthood in a successful manner. The bulk of them have never thought twice about running their own lives ... in the long run.

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What is an Alternative Peer Group (APG)?

An APG is a professional approach dressed in populist clothing whose main focus is to help a client and his family to insinuate himself into the most appropriate recovery maintenance process possible as soon as possible.

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