Therapist

/ther.a.pist/
n.noun

A therapist is a person trained in the use of psychological methods for helping patients overcome psychological problems. Therapists are crucial in assisting psychologically troubled individuals in achieving therapeutic restoration so that they may live a healthy, fulfilled and productive life. Without the expert, therapeutic services of a therapist, millions of psychologically suffering Americans would live a life of turmoil and chaos.

Regarding the therapeutic needs of troubled teens, therapists are able to restore hope and therapeutic balance. Without the assistance or services of a therapist, psychologically damaged teenagers would be at high risk for uncontrollable, negative behaviors. Moreover, therapists are fundamental in preventing troubled teens, suffering from psychological disorders, from dangerous and devastating behaviors such as, severe depression, uncontrollable anger, substance abuse/chemical dependency, and most crucial, suicidal tendencies.

Therapists are probably the most important part of a person's therapeutic recovery. Therefore, parents of teens suffering from one or more psychological disorders, would greatly benefit from employing the assistance of a therapist. Many troubled teen treatment options, such as residential treatment centers, employ therapeutic professionals to diagnose, identify, and then treat the various therapeutic and emotional afflictions the individual teen may struggle with.