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Welcome to Core Solutions. We work with families throughout the United States to help them find treatment for their out of control teen. Whether you are looking for teen rehab, military schooltherapeutic boarding school or an in-home program, we can help you find a solution that will work for the entire family to restore harmony.

One thing that sets us apart from other programs offering treatment for troubled teens is the level of parental involvement. Our programs understand the importance of parental relationships and we view parents as a partner. Our top rated boarding schools offer seminars, workshops, family events and online status reports to keep parents an integral part of the process.

In general, troubled teens boot camp, private school, or a Christian Boarding school is a last resort. We offer an in-home program package, 30 day family challenge, home coaching programs and workshops and retreats that allow you to make the changes that need to be made, while maintaining your family structure and daily life.

Use our school and program finder to find the right Therapeutic boarding School, Teen Rehab or Troubled Teen Boot Camp and Top Rated Boarding Schools. Contact us for more information about our home program package, 30 day family challenge and other programs for teens and families.

-Core Solutions guides many families and their teens through residential therapy and behavioral therapy for issues regarding teen substance abuse, teen depression, teen reactive attachment disorder (RAD), intermittent explosive disorder (IED), obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), child self-harm, teen rebellion, teen anger, oppositional defiant disorder (ODD), teen attention deficit, attention deficit disorder (ADD), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). We also provide in home therapy for teens and families as well as family support groups, and parent and teen support groups.

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Are You Parenting Your Teen Ostrich-

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Are You Parenting Your Teen Ostrich-

By Glenda Gabriel

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Parenting teens isn’t for dummies. You’ve got to bring your best game. The teenage years bring challenges that you probably didn’t experience during their elementary school years.  Much of this is the natural course of things in preparation for them to become independent, contributing adults. Research confirms that teen’s parents are a vital influence in their development, choices and behavior. Here are three sound ways you can help your teen safely navigate their teenage years.

Close parent-child relationship. Your child needs to know they can count on you to say what you mean and mean what you say. Your family values need to be spelled out and known by every member of your family, and modeled by you. Set clear expectations and boundaries based on those values, with fair consequences. Monitor and follow through. They need to know you’ve got their back.

Talk about what matters to them. Keep communication open by talking about what matters to them. The teenage years are filled with unknowns and curiosities. The world’s a scary place, but it’s also a place of possibilities and wonder. Make sure they know they are a priority by making time for them. Research confirms that eating dinner together as a family is one of the most important influences on the positive development of teens. This simple family activity is a strong predictor of positive adolescent development.

Know their friends. If you want to strengthen the bond with your teen, be their parent, not their friend. Parenting is not a popularity contest. However, you do need to know who your teen’s friends are, what they do, what they’re interested in, where they hang out, and what activities they are engaged in. Monitor and verify this information. You are not being invasive. You are being a responsible, proactive, caring parent.

The teenage years are not a time to stick your head in the sand. Be a parent, not an ostrich. This is the time to step it up, not step away.  If you’re sensing red flags, listen to those warnings. Do not put your head in the sand hoping things will be okay. You must be vigilant, consistent, present and most of all, realistic. Listen to your ‘parental gut’ instinct. It will never lie you. If you need to take action, do so. Be the safeguard your teen can count on.