Amanda wants help - she felt when she was cheerleading....

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Amanda wants help 2 Amanda wants help. I believe the best strategy for her is a parent involved intervention. This would be done with counseling with the whole family. She would be able to speak her mind on the things that bug her and address her mom’s problem. The problem she is facing from her past that would make is her friends and the fact she feels her parents don’t care about her. They will need to prove they care by becoming stricter with her. They need to establish rules for their house and have firm consequences for what will happen if they don’t follow it. I think she will need to enter a treatment facility in order to help her with withdrawal period. If she tries on her own to go without any assistance it could make her dependency worse. She will need to address the issue of switching schools and they will need to remind her of how
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Unformatted text preview: she felt when she was cheerleading. Maybe she can rekindle those friendships or find more positive reinforcements. Sometimes, churches have programs that would allow her to heal and mentor other teens heading in to the same direction. I think the best recovery program is through the Betty Ford Clinic. They have counseling for her parents too. This will work on the family as a whole and the issues that surround them. They will help each person accept their part in her addiction. They will also teach the parents how not to be enablers with her addiction. I believe this is the best program for them. Amanda wants help 3 Once Amanda finishes with her inpatient care she will need to continue with outside counseling and support groups. She will also need to no longer hang around the people she once did. I think moving again would be best for her recover. Amanda wants help 4 Amanda wants help 5 Amanda wants help 6...
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