Has your teen been struggling recently? Do you worry that it’s no longer “just a phase” and rather some kind of mental health crisis? Being a teenager is difficult at any time, in any era. However, during this pandemic, when there are challenges that no one has had
Have you been looking for a treatment program for your teenager, but none of it seems like something for a teenager? Does it seem like every option for teenage substance abuse treatment was actually designed for a forty-year-old with a mortgage? Honestly, one of the major reasons that
At Insight Treatment, we offer top-notch teenage counseling services. We know how difficult it can be just being a teenager. That’s even more true now, in the midst of a pandemic. In a time as uncertain and challenging as this, it’s important that people know we’re here to
Your teen has completed their residential or outpatient treatment program. Proud, optimistic, happy, determined, nervous, worried–these feelings flood your mind. It took a village to help them get so far and now they are on their own, somewhat. Know that the path of sobriety is a lifetime process
Teen suicide is unfathomable, yet it is disturbingly common in the US. In fact, the last decade has seen a dramatic increase in deaths and attempts, making it a crisis. Learn about teen suicide so you can become informed and keep it from happening in your home. Stats
Kara Long, a former client at the Insight teen treatment program, went on the Insight Treatment Hour to discuss her own struggles with mental illness and how the Insight teen peer support program helped with her own mental health issues. According to the CEO of Insight
Here at, Insight Treatment programs, we believe it is important to hire people who have their own experience in mental health and addiction. Johnathon Guerino, Lead Counselor at Insight, is just one of our amazing examples. Guerino sat down with Santa Clarita Sheriff’s J-Team to discuss his journey
On this episode of Insight Treatment Hour, Lead Counselor Johnathon Guerino joins Founder, Tim Traurig, and Counselor, Steve Marckley from A LIGHT OF HOPE in Santa Clarita.
On this episode of Insight Treatment Hour, Dr. Trevor Small and Johnathon Garino to talk about why and how they work with teenagers who are addicted to drugs and their mental health.
Frederik Schulin from Insight Treatment Program and Matt Watson from SCVi charter school in Santa Clarita sat down to discuss the importance of talking about teen mental health at SCVi on the Insight Treatment Hour. “I know at your school you take mental health very seriously for the