Is a set of treatment methods designed to relieve or heal an individual’s specific physical or psychological disorder. There are many different types of therapy. Some of the different types of therapy include, but are not limited to: acceptance and commitment therapy, accelerated experiential dynamic psychotherapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, group therapy, anger management, equine therapy, art therapy, or music therapy.
Struggling teens that generally suffer from one or more psychological disorders are candidates for therapy. Struggling adolescents commonly suffer from attention deficit disorder (ADHD), anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, and learning disorders. Even though these are common ailments, these disorders pose a huge threat to the mental state of an adolescent. If left untreated, these disorders encourage adolescents to display out of control and negative behaviors. It is for this reason that parents with troubled teens seek some form of therapeutic treatment from a professional for their adolescent.