Habit reversal

/hab.it/ /re.vers.al/ 

n.noun

Habit reversal training is a "multicomponent behavioral treatment package originally developed to address a wide variety of repetitive behavior disorders. Habit reversal is used to treat individual's suffering from Tourette's syndrome, as well as individuals who struggle with impulse control behaviors such as, hair pulling, or pathological skin picking. While this type of training was originally used to correct repetitive behavior disorders, habit reversal training has also become an invaluable tool in treating negative behaviors in troubled teens. Using Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, the most advanced residential treatment assists troubled teens in reversing their problematic behaviors and learned habits.

A habit is a behavior, positive or negative, that is repeated continuously over an extended amount of time. Positive habits are often times difficult to develop and requires a certain amount of diligence and discipline from an individual. Contrariwise to good habits, bad habits are much easier to establish and are developed when an individual lacks discipline. Unfortunately, it is much more difficult to break bad habits. Furthermore, if bad habits are left uncontrolled, they can easily destroy a young person's life. It is for this reason that habit reversal is a crucial and formidable tool in treating out of control troubled teens.

Healthy behaviors

health.y be.hav.ior

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n.noun


Healthy behavior is any action a person acts that promotes positive psychological, physical and personal ramifications. By acting on healthy behaviors, an individual is more likely to live a happy, successful and fruitful lifestyle.

There are nearly countless healthy behaviors a person choose to act on. Healthy behaviors consist of actions such as eating a well-balanced diet, exercising, working hard on the job, or studying diligently in academics.. By displaying actions such as these, a person lives a balanced lifestyle. Additionally, a person who acts on healthy behaviors is more likely to have psychological stability, and less liable to struggle from an emotional disorder. Contrarily speaking, individuals who choose to act on negative, unhealthy behaviors, are likely to develop behaviorally and psychological ailments, such as depression or anxiety disorder.

In conclusion, it is imperative to act on healthy behaviors as opposed to negative, unhealthy conduct. Moreover, choices of today significantly affect the outcomes of tomorrow.

High school

high|school

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n.noun

High school is a phase of schooling that typically comprises of grades 9 through 12. The purpose of high school is to prepare students for life after adolescents. In high school, a student will learn the necessary knowledge that is considered to be fundamental for living a functional, adult lifestyle. High school is also used to help prepare students for college, an elective source of schooling if they choose to continue their education.

High-risk teens

 

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n.noun

Troubled teens, who are considered high-risk, are teens who display negative and self-destructive behaviors that may lead to long-lasting damage to their lives. Troubled adolescents who constantly pose difficulty in the classroom, oppose authority, or participate in self-harming activities (drug addiction, cutting etc.) are considered to be at 'high-risk.'

High-risk teens are, often, uncontrollable and nearly impossible to parent. If left to their own devices, high-risk teens' conduct can supplementally escalate into severe, life-long behaviors and habits. For this reason, it is crucial for a teen to be identified and treated for their high-risk tendencies.

 

highly trained professionals

 highly trained professionals are specialized and well-trained professional staff that use their training and schooling to accomplish the work that only they are trained and qualified to accomplish.

When pertaining to the therapeutic restoration of troubled teens, highly trained professionals, usually certified therapeutic professionals, are able to give therapeutic guidance to teens who desperately need their therapeutic expertise. Highly trained therapeutic professionals are the only qualified personnel to diagnose and properly treat psychological disorders in troubled youth. Moreover, highly trained professionals are a crucial and integral part of helping troubled teens reach their full therapeutic potential.

When searching for a treatment option for troubled teens, parents need to make sure that the specific treatment employs highly trained professional staff to ensure their child receives the most effective treatment.

 

History

his·to·ry

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n.noun

History class is one of the subjects of a core curriculum known as, social studies. History class is a vital education that opens the world's past cultures and knowledge to students around the world. 

Although still considered to be a core class of study, history class is often overlooked and viewed as the lesser of its core curriculum counterparts. However, while it is easy to overlook history’s role of importance or involvement in our live’s, this does not suggest that history, is in fact, insignificant. 

While the every day use of mathematical and english tools are apparent, history is what gives a person perspective, appreciation, and caution for their live’s current place in human existence.