Behavioural problems

Some teenagers and young adults between 13 and 25 got stuck in such a way that despite various helping hands from parents and (ambulant) healthcare professionals nothing seems to work anymore. Contact with family members and school worsens, whereas the problem behaviour significantly increases.  Oppositional, aggressive and other unacceptable behaviour (steeling, lying and manipulation), school absence and disturbed family relations are just a few of the examples that may infringe a deadlock situation.  Others have to deal with depression, mood swings, sadness, self-mutilation and isolation. Autism and trauma can also cause youngsters to get stuck in their development. Since 2010 we help thousands of youngsters and their families to get their lives back on track.

In our booklet ‘Yes We Can – When All Else Fails’, youngsters and parents share their life stories and tell how Yes We Can Youth Clinics helped them. Please download the digital version here also if you want to read up on our treatment method.

 

 

Addictions

The lives of children and young people between the ages of 13 and 25 with a drug addiction are dominated by drug use. Some gamers think of nothing else than gaming. The same craving applies to compulsive over-eaters, as well as to alcohol and gambling addicts. Contact with parents, other family members and school worsens, whereas the (ab)use of substances or gaming frequency increases. It often takes a long time to recognise that recreational consumption has turned into compulsive dependency, together with all the behavioural problems that go along with it. Since 2010 we help thousands of youngsters and their families to get their lives back on track.

In our booklet ‘Yes We Can – When All Else Fails’, youngsters and parents share their life stories and tell how Yes We Can Youth Clinics helped them. Please download the digital version here also if you want to read up on our treatment method.

 

 

 

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Addictions

The lives of children and young people between the ages of 13 and 25 with a drug addiction are dominated by drug use. Some gamers think of nothing else than gaming. The same craving applies to compulsive over-eaters, as well as to alcohol and gambling addicts. Contact with parents, other family members and school worsens, whereas the (ab)use of substances or gaming frequency increases. It often takes a long time to recognise that recreational consumption has turned into compulsive dependency, together with all the behavioural problems that go along with it. Since 2010 we help thousands of youngsters and their families to get their lives back on track.

In our booklet ‘Yes We Can – When All Else Fails’, youngsters and parents share their life stories and tell how Yes We Can Youth Clinics helped them. Please download the digital version here also if you want to read up on our treatment method.

 

 

 

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Yes We Can Youth Clinics often appears in newspapers,
magazines such as The Times, on television such as BBC World News, and other media.

Click here for a selection of our media appearances.

 

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Behavioural problems

Some teenagers and young adults between 13 and 25 got stuck in such a way that despite various helping hands from parents and (ambulant) healthcare professionals nothing seems to work anymore. Contact with family members and school worsens, whereas the problem behaviour significantly increases.  Oppositional, aggressive and other unacceptable behaviour (steeling, lying and manipulation), school absence and disturbed family relations are just a few of the examples that may infringe a deadlock situation.  Others have to deal with depression, mood swings, sadness, self-mutilation and isolation. Autism and trauma can also cause youngsters to get stuck in their development. Since 2010 we help thousands of youngsters and their families to get their lives back on track.

In our booklet ‘Yes We Can – When All Else Fails’, youngsters and parents share their life stories and tell how Yes We Can Youth Clinics helped them. Please download the digital version here also if you want to read up on our treatment method.

 

 

Yes We Can Youth Clinics at BBC World News
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Yes We Can Youth Clinics often appears in newspapers,
magazines such as The Times, on television such as BBC World News, and other media.

Click here for a selection of our media appearances.

 

Media

Does your child suffer from a behavioural disorder, an addiction or a behavioural problem such as mood or eating disorder, depression, fear of failure, drug, game, sex or gambling addiction, ADHD, ADD or ODD? Does your family suffer as a result as well? Yes We Can Youth Clinics is a specialised clinic and treatment centre with a unique, effective and proven method of treatment. Would you like to know more?

 

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For young people age 13-25, Yes We Can Youth Clinics offers 10 weeks intensive residential treatment. During the treatment there is also 4 days of family coaching & counselling for parents/carers. Upon completion, an extensive tailor-made aftercare programme will be devised, in collaboration with our partners all over the world. Our treatment goal is to end self-destructive behavioural patterns exhibited by teens and young adults. As soon as they regain their self-respect and self-worth, new goals can be set that will lead to positive choices in their lives. Yes We Can Youth Clinics has the highest staff to fellow (client) ratio and the highest standards of treatment in the most safest environment you will find anywhere in the world. When it comes to mental health and addiction care, Yes We Can Youth Clinics is one of a kind; forcing change on any human is ineffective, we give them a reason to change.

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Satisfaction Survey

  • 93% of parents indicate being satisfied with the treatment programme of Yes We Can Youth Clinics;

  • 86% of fellows are involved in one or more daily activities since the treatment at Yes We Can Youth Clinics;

  • 70% of fellows have been without any additional professional care since their treatment at Yes We Can Youth Clinics;

  • 80% of parents/caretakers indicate having recognised an improvement in their own lives as a result of the family coaching and counseling programme;

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