Therapeutic Boarding Schools Review, Investigations, and Reform

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Every day, throughout the United States there are continuous reviews, investigations, and reforms (advancement, improvement, innovation, and progression) taking place within the walls of private Therapeutic Boarding Schools (Reviews of Therapeutic Boarding Schools). This is a continuous process of advancement, improvement, and progress…. hence the term “private”. These “private” schools and therapeutic programs are legal entities which are incorporated, licensed by local and State governmental agencies, and regulated by local and State licensing agencies within the government. More importantly, based on the premise that they are “private” schools their main source of income is coming directly from clients. Trust me on this…. unless these therapeutic schools and programs were delivering incredible services of great value there would be no clients to serve. The day that the quality of McDonald’s, Kentucky Fried Chicken, or Taco Bell declines is the day they begin to shut down their stores nationwide. People do not pay great sums of money to private therapeutic boarding schools unless these schools provide outstanding and substantial academic, clinical, and emotional growth services.

 

Let’s look at public schools for a second. Do private citizens have a voice, or a say, in regard to the quality of services provided by the local high school? Absolutely not! However, does a parent who is paying for a private education and therapeutic services have a voice? Do they have a say in the education of their child? Do they get a vote? Is their opinion important? Absolutely! It is totally ridiculous to compare a private therapeutic boarding school to a public school. First, there is no comparison to the quality of services (academic and clinical). Second, the amount of personal attention, professional attention, and unique services are much greater in a private school. Lastly, does anyone know where the most dangerous setting all teenagers and parents should be greatly concerned about? Public schools! The greatest amount of crime, drug use, violence, and other nasty injurious situations are found in public high schools across the nation. Does anyone know where the safest place a teenager can be? In private boarding schools… especially the therapeutic boarding schools where student safety is the number one priority.

Now, the government (many levels and various agencies) are connected with the oversight and regulation of public schools. The State, Federal, and local governments are directly involved in all public schools. Then you have the school board, which are elected quasi-governmental agencies. Local law enforcement, Child Protection Services, and Department of Human Services are all directly involved in the public school systems. So, you would think that all these governmental people who are regulating and overseeing the safety of the students in public schools would create a safe place for students. Yet students at public schools are hurt, molested, assaulted, raped, introduced to drugs, and abused (emotionally, physically, and sexually) by adults, employees, staff, and peers at alarming rate. Public schools are not safe, period. Except for a handful of isolated incidents you don’t see any of these types of safety issues at private therapeutic boarding schools. The truth is the truth, and facts are facts. If you were to believe the liars from CAFETY, Heal-Online, ISAC, or Fornit Wayward Web Fora (Angela Smith, Ginger Warbis) you would think that the private schools and programs were right out of the pit of hell, and that government regulation is the solution to increased student safety. Are you kidding me?

There is truth that can’t be manipulated, dismissed, covered up, or ignored even by the intolerance of liberals. The truth is that he curriculum found at the private therapeutic boarding schools (programming, training, and clinical therapy – otherwise referred to as “boarding schools for troubled teens”) is the most advanced curriculum available. Especially when you compare the curriculum (experiential leadership and emotional growth curriculum combined with powerful therapeutic interventions) found at the private therapeutic boarding schools to the leadership/management curriculum from fortune 500 companies (provided to the Executive Managers and Corporate leaders) you would be totally amazed. The truth is that the training and equipping that “troubled teens” receive is the envy of CEO’s and the Executive management of our nations best corporate behemoth’s. Today’s therapeutic programs and camps are hailed as the most powerful and effective presentations of “emotional intelligence”, “effectual human behavior”, and “leadership training” available any where in the world. Meaning, the private academic-based therapeutic boarding schools are training up incredible leaders who are learning to master effective communication, intrinsic motivation, emotional literacy, the practice of optimism, essential elements of genuine empathy, and the freedom of personal “unique” expression with the duty to protect and advocate for the liberties of others. In today’s therapeutic boarding schools you will find the most advanced applications navigating emotions, consequential thinking, delayed gratification, and noble pursuits (care, trust, and serve). Troubled teens are learning and developing the skills of responsibility and the skills of accountability through experiential leadership training. In essence, troubled teens are finding the freedom and liberty through an extraordinary means known as EQ (emotional intelligence: know yourself, choose yourself, and give yourself). For idiots from CAFETY, Heal-online, ISAC, and Fornits Wayward Web Fora to claim that teens enrolled into therapeutic boarding schools are being abused, tortured, or damaged is ridiculous, not true, and total fabrications.

To today’s therapeutic boarding schools the troubled teens really are not “troubled”. They are frustrated, disillusioned, and disappointed ill-equipped leaders who do not trust the adult culture (mainly because the extreme liberalism of the far left has committed a horrific assault of fraud on the freedoms and liberties through intolerance, hate, oppression, and emotional violence/rape). “Liberalism is a lie”, offering only a counterfeit of true liberty, and a maggot infested decay of false freedoms. Today’s youth are irritated, angered, and they are beginning to see through the false vail of fraud committed against them by a culture of entitled elite. Young people have experienced the deceptive falsehoods of promises herald by the liberal leftist who live in a fantasy world of entitlement. (young people are beginning to wake up… They see there is no difference between Castro, Quaddahi, and the crazy bastard who is destroying Venezuela).  Young people are smart! They are rejecting the so-called establishment (liberal intolerance handing out drugs, sex, and false religion as if it were candy) because they can see the obvious manipulating and addiction to entitlement.

President Obama claims that the Tea Party wants to kill old people, hurt women, and throw poor children out on the street. The young people are not buying it! They can see that their own President blatantly lies, using fear to manipulate the masses through falsehoods. The “troubled teens” are sickened.  Can you imagine watching a 16 year old watch President Obama lie to the nation, hearing a statement like “He is just like me, when I was younger. Lying and manipulating my parents, acting like a victim, exaggerating the issues like a victim so that I can fool them through guilt, shame, and anger…. but he’s the President of the United States!”

In today’s Therapeutic Boarding Schools the troubled teens are learning that they have freedom and liberty through the exercise of responsibility and being accountable to one another. They are learning that true freedom comes only through personal restraint, discipline and hard work, and a deep conviction to care and serve one another. These young people look back at the 60′s, 70′s, and 80′s and ask the question, “were my grandparents and parents retarded?” Good question which deserves an answer!

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