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I AM
by J.C. (age 14)
I am a huge heavy metal fan;
I have ADD;
I wonder at what age I will die;
I hear someone screaming
in agonizing pain;

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I see oceans of fire;
I want to be left alone;
I am a huge heavy metal fan;
I have A.D.D.


I pretend to play the guitar;
I feel left out;
I touch the fire that burns
between relationships;
I worry if I'll ever be
anything at all;
I cry when I think about
my brother who passed away;
I am a huge heavy metal fan;
I have ADD


I understand why you should not
drink and drive;
I say be drug free;
I dream about making changes
in my life;
I try my hardest in life;
I hope I get
good grades in school;
I am a huge heavy metal fan;
I have A.D.D.




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Is your Teen having
MAJOR PROBLEMS?

If your answer is

There is help for you!
This web site offers you some solutions and guidelines on how to deal with an adolescent who is having severe problems, including those diagnosed with attention deficit disorder (ADD), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), oppositional defiant disorder (ODD), conduct disorder and bipolar disorder.

If your child is taking prescription drugs, please make sure to visit our new page, Help! I'm Addicted to Adderall

We discuss various parenting strategies to help discover your teen's real problems, suggest ideas on creating a better family structure, and provide information regarding Residential Treatment using the Behavior Modification Approach for your child. We have even provided instructions and a blank form for you to print so that you may write a Home Rules Contract for your family.

Check out our listing of recommended books on the Parent Resources page for more information on dealing with your troubled teen. In particular, parents considering putting their child on medication should make sure to check out the excellent new book by Dr. Lawrence Diller, Should I Medicate My Child?


Choose from one of the many OPTIONS below, which will help you determine what type of help your child may need as well as provide you with much information on parenting strategies and programs for your child.


Does My Teen Need Help?
An interactive questionnaire to help you determine how serious your child's problems really are and to help you determine if your child might benefit from more intensive therapy, such as residential treatment.

Conduct Disorder versus Oppositional Defiant Disorder New!
What exactly is the difference between conduct disorder and oppositional defiant disorder (ODD), how are they distinguished from attention deficit disorder (ADD) or bipolar disorder, and how does my therapist make this diagnosis?

How Can I Tell If My Teen Is Using Drugs?
Parent to Parent, written by a mom of eight kids who has been through it all - Find out about the many household items that may be present in your own home which your teen could be using to get high. Read about some of the signs and symptoms to look for in determining whether or not your child is abusing marijuana or other illegal drugs, over-the-counter drugs, Ritalin or Adderall, or using inhalants (huffing).