Behavioral change

    150 150 Helping Young Adults

    be.hav.ior.al  / change

    n.noun

    Behavioral change is a change in an individual’s negative behavioral pattern. An individual, who develops self-sabotaging behaviors, is at high-risk of experimenting with dangerous behaviors such as, drug and alcohol addiction and self-harm. Therefore, it is crucial for young men and women, as well as troubled teens, to seek immediate psychiatric treatment for their problematic behavioral pattern.

    Behavioral change does not come easy and takes months of intensive treatment. Traditional therapy is usually ineffective in creating positive, permanent change. Additionally, there are nearly countless intensive treatment programs that advertize in creating long-lasting behavioral change within struggling young people and teens. However, not all programs are as effective as they lead people to believe. Therefore, it imperative for parents of young people or troubled teens to do as much research about the particular treatment program they are considering.

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