Underlying issues

/un.der.ly.ing/ /iss.ues/

n.noun

Underlying issues are those matters that are the causative agents for human behavior. They are hidden under many layers of emotions and other mental processes and are not easily discerned by the casual onlooker. (often times, they are not readily known by an individual either).

Underlying issues are sometimes difficult to diagnose, and therefore are difficult to treat Moreover, teens who are displaying negative behaviors because of hidden, underlying issues, will not be able to achieve therapeutic restoration without the services of a therapeutic professional.

To ensure a troubled adolescent's therapeutic restoration, parents can trust the therapeutic restorative services of a residential treatment program.