Impulse control

n.noun The ability by which a person can control the desire for anything or immediate gratification for something. Impulse control may very well be one of the most important indicators of a person's ability to make large numbers of friends, their school performance and future employment. Those who have discipline issues usually tend to have a lower impulse control. With...[ read more ]

Interpersonal relationships

noun Interpersonal relationships are sometimes called close relationships. The closest relationships are mostly found with family and a small circle of friends. Interpersonal relationships require the most effort to maintain and nurture. These are also the relationships that give you the most joy and satisfaction. Much like a living organism, interpersonal relationships have a beginning, a middle, and an end....[ read more ]

Family therapy

/ / n.noun Family therapy is a kind of psychological counseling (psychotherapy) that helps family members gain the ability to resolve conflicts with their communication skills . Family therapy is most commonly used as a short-term treatment. A session may include the whole family or just part of the family, depending on the willingness and issues of family members. The...[ read more ]

Individual therapy

/  / n.noun Are therapeutic sessions between a licensed, psychological professional and someone that is struggling physiologically, also known as psychotherapy. Individual therapy is one of the more popular kinds of therapeutic treatment. Individual therapy can help with coping skills for people the have diagnosable mental health conditions such as anxiety, depression, or ADD (ADHD). Individual therapy also helps those...[ read more ]

Inpatient treatment

n.noun Is a patient that comes to a healthcare facility or hospital for diagnosis or treatment that requires an overnight stay. When pertaining to a therapeutic restoration of young adults, an inpatient treatment program is the most effective and popular. While outpatient programs provide therapeutic care and restoration to young adults, an inpatient program provides a multitude of the same...[ read more ]

Obsessive behavior

/ /be.hav.iour/ n.noun Obsessive behavior refers to someone who is abnormally fixated on particular things, which are known to negatively affects a person's life. Psychological disorders, such as obsessive-compulsive disorder, may be to blame for someone’s obsessive, negative behaviors. However, this factor is not always to blame or strictly exclusive . Displaying negative and self-destructive behaviors, such as drug and...[ read more ]

Outpatient treatment

n.noun /out·pa·tient/ Outpatient treatment is any treatment that does not require the individual to stay at the hospital or treatment facility for a durational period of time. This kind of treatment has generally been used in assisting young men and women who struggle with therapeutic and/or addictive disorders, but do not require the full-time assistance of an inpatient commitment. While...[ read more ]

Parent seminars

/par.ent/ / Parent seminars, also known as parent workshops, are educational get togethers that parents attend to learn the new/old methods and strategies for raising their troubled adolescent. These conferences are assembled to assist parents with improving their overall parenting skills when faced with the difficulties and challenges of raising a troubled adolescent. Parents of troubled adolescents sometimes can feel...[ read more ]

Parenting skills

/ /skills/ n.noun Parenting skills are the parent's abilities in disciplining, caring for and helping guide their child through adolescence and young adulthood. Parenting skills are mostly developed through hands-on experience. They can also be learned through various methods such as books, support groups, classes, seminars and therapeutic professionals. These are all great means in which parents are able to...[ read more ]

Positive relationships

/pos.i.tive/ /rel.a.tion.ships/  n.noun A Positive relationship is a strong connection between two individuals that creates positivity in both of their lives. Positive relationships can be built between an individual and their family members, companions, peers, or even authority figures. It doesn’t matter how or who they share a positive relationship with, an individual can better their life through building these...[ read more ]