The teenager is a unique creature with special needs that many parents find perplexing. While most teens weather the storms of puberty and adolescence with only minor turmoil, some face extraordinary obstacles. External forces such as peer pressures, bullying, and trauma may lead to significant behavioral problems. The normal internal strife that teens carry may be amplified for a myriad of reasons resulting in strange, destructive, and mysterious actions. At BBK, therapists understand the unique difficulties that teenagers face and the methods required to break through the many walls of defensiveness. Parents are given the special tools needed to cope with teens’ paradoxical needs.