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Sue Scheff Author of Wit’s End: Advice and Resources for Saving Your Troubled Teen

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Sue Scheff, after experiencing her own life struggles with her teenager, initially wrote a blog post  about it. Soon it become so much more — as it created a firestorm with the teen help industry after she started exposing how they prey on parents and families that are at their wit’s end.

Since 2001, Sue Scheff has helped thousands of families with her story as well as educating parents on finding safe and quality help and residential therapy (therapeutic boarding schools/residential treatment centers) for their teens.

Find out more by exploring her website. She can answer questions about how to research schools and programs, questions to ask program directors and helpful tips to determine if you need residential therapy.  Email or call us for launching pads to start your search. Free consultations.

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  • RSS Sue Scheff Blog

    • The Rise of Shame Nation and Cyberbullying September 19, 2017
      Whenever I see these headlines about youth taking their lives and the word bullying or cyberbullying attached to it, I want to cringe. The fact is, it’s sad we need headlines to remind us to continue to be kind to others, to continue to discuss with our children as well as our friends and colleagues about the […]
    • Back to School: Teens and Distracted Driving August 9, 2017
      Distracted driving is a major problem and our devices are one of the biggest culprits. According to a poll conducted by Braun Research, 95 percent of drivers polled in the survey said that they disapprove of distracted driving, however, 71 percent engage in some sort of smartphone activity while driving. It’s not easy for teens […]
    • Lunchroom Bullying with Back to School August 9, 2017
      Schools are opening across the country and although we know bullies didn’t take the summer off, the cafeteria bullies have had a summer break. Lunchroom bullying like schoolyard bullying is often a place where mean kids will gather. We haven’t heard a lot about food allergy bullying, but especially as school doors are opening, we need […]

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