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897 views, By SEOREPSERVICES
John Baisden is happy to announce that Turning Winds Academic Institute will continue to support and sponsor backpacking and camping trips to nearby national parks and other areas.

756 views, By Lon Woodbury
Sanchez and Olsen talk about their pioneering experience in developing the basic concepts of wilderness therapy in a BYU program in the late 1960s. Their work is usually credited as the original work developing wilderness therapy programs.

636 views, By Lon Woodbury
The many meanings and understandings of the terms therapy and therapeutic, and what is really meant when someone talks about therapy and therapeutic.

840 views, By Lon Woodbury
Parent Choices for Struggling Teens guest Katie Gill, actress and star of Lifeline Made for TV movie “Betrayed at 17.” talks about this movie that revisits the issues in the popular movie of a few years ago, Mean Girls.

621 views, By Lon Woodbury
Kelley King, Associate Director of The Gurian Institute, explains how some of the problems of boys can be traced to an inadequate knowledge of the differences in the brains of boys and girls and what parents and other adults can do to help boys.

1127 views, By Lon Woodbury
The first live streamed internet tour of a treatment program was recently completed by Lon Woodbury, President-Woodbury Reports. This offers new possibilities for parents, clients and referral sources that are not able to visit a program.

625 views, By Lon Woodbury
Parent Choices for Struggling Teens featured the CEO of Blueprint Education. Doug Covey talks about his experience in a business providing a wide variety of educational opportunities using the developing potentials of Online Education.

810 views, By Lon Woodbury
Parent Choices for Struggling Teens weekly talk radio show speaks with Sanford Shapiro, Founder of Bend Learning Center. You should not have to chose between learning disabilities or therapy.

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897 views, By SEOREPSERVICES
John Baisden is happy to announce that Turning Winds Academic Institute will continue to support and sponsor backpacking and camping trips to nearby national parks and other areas.

448 views, By Woodbury Reports
Cyber bullying and how social media and available technology has changed that and some of the results of a longer adolescence that extends into the twenties with suggestions for parents and how parents and adolescents can better relate to each other.

467 views, By Woodbury Reports
How we can tell when anxiety crosses the line to where the child needs professional treatment, some of the causes of increased adolescent anxiety in our society and methods used to treat anxiety.

399 views, By Woodbury Reports
Brainspotting is a neuro-biological process involving body sensation, eye position and current psychological practices, allowing for clients to process traumatic events, attachment distress and performance concerns.

412 views, By Lon Woodbury
Rob Neilson talks about how his interest in Karate, hypnotherapy and teens with emotional and behavioral problems led him to establish Cedar Ridge Academy 16 years ago, a therapeutic boarding school.

331 views, By Lon Woodbury
Stories of the various origins of wilderness therapy, starting with a New England summer camp founded in the 1880s, the Salesmanship Club of Dallas founded in 1944, with modifications from the Boy Scouts and Outward Bound.

510 views, By Woodbury Reports
Computer gaming from the view of the impact on brain development, impact of violent and gory graphics on especially the very young, and speculation about what it means as the younger generation learns from gaming what can be called systems literacy.

756 views, By Lon Woodbury
Sanchez and Olsen talk about their pioneering experience in developing the basic concepts of wilderness therapy in a BYU program in the late 1960s. Their work is usually credited as the original work developing wilderness therapy programs.

407 views, By Lon Woodbury
How the basics of professionalism in working with struggling teens is putting the needs of the child first, and the ways that NATSAP and IECA are enhancing professional conduct to the members.

348 views, By plussvvs
At PlusVVS, the goal is to help people find the perfect plumbing fit for their home or business, including hot water cylinders

412 views, By Lon Woodbury
Bryan Tomes, Executive Director of Asheville Academy for Girls defines academics and therapeutics, and explains how they are integrated so academics is a priority in its own right and does not take a back seat to therapeutics.

512 views, By Lon Woodbury
Family Therapist and Parent Educator at Trails Carolina, a Wilderness Therapy Program in North Carolina, talk about how adolescent substance abuse impacts the whole family and the help the rest of the family need for everyone to heal.

467 views, By Lon Woodbury
Equine Therapy programs can be healing to help a student or adult develop a relationship with a horse. In a real sense, horses can be considered therapists.

380 views, By Lon Woodbury
Social Worker and author of the book The Sacred Work of Grandparents raising Grandchildren, Elaine Williams discusses the almost ten percent of children in this country being raised by their Grandparents or other relatives.

449 views, By Lon Woodbury
Educator and therapist, James Krehbiel author of, Troubled Childhood, Triumphant Life: Healing from the Battle Scars of Youth. Discusses the “magical illusion” children often have when raised in dysfunctional families.

636 views, By Lon Woodbury
The many meanings and understandings of the terms therapy and therapeutic, and what is really meant when someone talks about therapy and therapeutic.

541 views, By Lon Woodbury
TRAILS Carolina the Journey’s, Youth Program for Boys ages 10 -14 providing young boys with a empowering and nurturing environment. Equine Assisted Therapy is a primary component of working with our younger boys.

240 views, By Lon Woodbury
The changes shown by students, school staff and parents and how to overcome that resistance to help them change their thinking and take better advantage of the positive environment maintained by the school for the benefit of the children.

185 views, By Lon Woodbury
Malcolm Gauld of Hyde Schools explains the importance of integrating character education in with academics so the students can be properly prepared to have a successful career and life.

334 views, By Lon Woodbury
Expanding knowledge of how the brain operates can be used to treat young children who previously were considered too damaged for healing.

465 views, By Lon Woodbury
Life Empowerment Coach and Huffington Post Blogger Ken Rabow talks about his work using different therapies that helps self-sabotaging teens and young adults.

235 views, By Lon Woodbury
Founder of the Friends Of Families Foundation With Children In Crisis, and co-founder and Director of Tommy Hilfiger Company discusses his personal experiences that led to his enrolling his daughter in therapeutic programs.

211 views, By Lon Woodbury
Saving Teens in Crisis helps assist troubled teens and their families struggling with substance abuse and other emotional issues that need financial resources for interventions.

361 views, By Lon Woodbury
The increasing phenomenon of young adults, known as Boomerang Kids, Twixters, Endless Adolescence, or Perma Kids, failing to establish themselves as mature functioning adults by their 20s and having little motivation and living with their parents.

840 views, By Lon Woodbury
Parent Choices for Struggling Teens guest Katie Gill, actress and star of Lifeline Made for TV movie “Betrayed at 17.” talks about this movie that revisits the issues in the popular movie of a few years ago, Mean Girls.

621 views, By Lon Woodbury
Kelley King, Associate Director of The Gurian Institute, explains how some of the problems of boys can be traced to an inadequate knowledge of the differences in the brains of boys and girls and what parents and other adults can do to help boys.

249 views, By Lon Woodbury
How would you define Nature? John Winton, Founder of Breakwater Expeditions talks about how effective an exposure to nature can be toward healing families on Parent Choices for Struggling Teens.

264 views, By Lon Woodbury
Lisa Sinsheimer M.D., Clinical Consultant, Admissions and Parent Liaison for John Dewey Academy talks about her concerns with our society increasingly looking to psychotropic medications to solve normal problems of life for our kids.

287 views, By Lon Woodbury
Dr. Russell Hyken Ph.D., Educational and Placement Specialist, and Steve Walters: Social Media for InnerChange talk about the significance of Social Media and ways educators can use Social Media.

242 views, By Lon Woodbury
"Just What Is This Democratic Education?" Jerry Mintz talks about how Democratic Education is based on children’s natural curiosity and urge to learn.

389 views, By Lon Woodbury
The growth of the female brain starts it on its unique growth pattern almost from conception which results in significant differences in what females need in schools and their lives as they grow up to educate the female brain.

375 views, By Lon Woodbury
Dr. Kevin Ross Emery, author of “Managing the Gift of Your ADD/HD Child," explains how ADD/HD is not a disorder, but part of the evolutionary progress of expanded capability.

1127 views, By Lon Woodbury
The first live streamed internet tour of a treatment program was recently completed by Lon Woodbury, President-Woodbury Reports. This offers new possibilities for parents, clients and referral sources that are not able to visit a program.

334 views, By Lon Woodbury
Parent Choices For Struggling Teens guest Ron Thompson from Boys Town, explains the research they have been doing for more than 22 years on at-risk children and the program they provide parents groups which they refer to as Common Sense Parenting.

302 views, By Lon Woodbury
Parent Choices for Struggling Teens talk show guest Dr. Kim Dennis, Medical Director at Timberline Knolls, RTC Lemont Illinois, discusses and explains Eating Disorders and the traumas that are usually behind clinical Eating Disorders.

625 views, By Lon Woodbury
Parent Choices for Struggling Teens featured the CEO of Blueprint Education. Doug Covey talks about his experience in a business providing a wide variety of educational opportunities using the developing potentials of Online Education.

327 views, By Lon Woodbury
Caring Confrontation is a healing educational model approach that relates to students and other adults in a direct and honest way that builds self-respect and a sense of belonging in a school community.

244 views, By Lon Woodbury
Parent Choices for Struggling Teens discussed on the weekly talk radio show the unique effectiveness of wilderness therapy. Katherine Eastlake, clinical director of Catherine Freer Wilderness Therapy program spoke about this on LATalkRadio.

810 views, By Lon Woodbury
Parent Choices for Struggling Teens weekly talk radio show speaks with Sanford Shapiro, Founder of Bend Learning Center. You should not have to chose between learning disabilities or therapy.

348 views, By Lon Woodbury
Parent Choices for Struggling Teens discussed Positive Youth Development that Shortridge Academy uses. PYD focuses on students strengths and partners with adults as a grounding philosophy.

342 views, By Lon Woodbury
Parent Choices for Struggling Teens discussed what a parent should look for while searching for a program for their child. Everyone should know the people responsible for running the program.

573 views, By Lon Woodbury
Parent Choices for Struggling Teens host Lon Woodbury speaks with SeaChange Hawaii’s Program Director, Matt Claybaugh. They discuss teen behavioral problems on a 6-8 week Tall Ship cruise through the Hawaiian Islands.

359 views, By Lon Woodbury
Parent Choices for Struggling Teens host Lon Woodbury speaks with Boys Town about the changes that have evolved since its beginning 93 years ago. Father Flanigan grew up in an era when homeless boys were usually jailed and/or punished.

355 views, By Lon Woodbury
Parent Choices for Struggling Teens internet talk radio show talked about how education will look in the future. Parents will need to be more assertive in choosing their child’s education.

271 views, By Lon Woodbury
Parent Choices for Struggling Teens show talks about academics being the main cause for our children being stressed out today. So much emphasis is put on success in education that our children need balance.

205 views, By Lon Woodbury
Parent Choices for Struggling Teens show talk about raising young girls with the current trends in our society.

232 views, By Lon Woodbury
Creating a successful school is not an easy task. One must first pick the precise type of child that you would like to work with and then build the schools needs around the students.

390 views, By Lon Woodbury
Parent Choices for Struggling Teen’s show hosted by Lon Woodbury and guest Beth Black discuss adults today not listening and spending enough time with their children.

191 views, By Woodbury Reports
Lon Woodbury debuts on LA Talk Radio with guests that have been working in treatment facilities, boarding schools, and special programs for teens since the early 1970’s.

425 views, By Lon Woodbury
A weekly Internet Talk Radio Show series on LATalkRadio titled Parent Choices for Struggling Teens, hosted by Lon Woodbury and a variety of guests, will discuss many of the issues concerning teens and young people with a variety of problems.



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