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Malibu, CA Based Teen Drug and Mental Health Program, Paradigm Malibu Announces New Methods for Treating Eating Disorders in Teens
Date:12/26/2013

Paradigm Malibu for assistance," Rucker continues.

Therapy addresses the underlying causes of the specific eating disorder as well as any current habits or practices related to diet and/or exercise that are contributing to the disease. "Therapy comes in many forms, ranging from equine and art therapies to social, emotional, physical and family therapies. Teens differ greatly in terms of their interests and hobbies and each is an individual. Paradigm Malibu recognizes this individuality and creates a unique treatment plan for each child entering the facility," Rucker goes on to say.

Furthermore, Paradigm Malibu offers a total mental health treatment program, a program designed to help those suffering from depression, substance abuse, and also grief and loss. "In many cases, teens suffer from multiple disorders simultaneously and these conditions can be treated together at Paradigm Malibu. Raising a child has become more difficult over the past few decades and Paradigm Malibu is here to assist parents in raising children to be the best they can," Rucker proclaims.

About Paradigm Malibu:
Paradigm Malibu remains committed to identifying, understanding, and properly treating core issues impacting adolescents and their families. Mental health professionals at Paradigm Malibu assist young people by addressing the deeper, more difficult issues impacting their lives. Services offered include mental health treatment, drug rehabilitation, behavioral health treatment, eating disorder treatment and more. Learn more about how Paradigm Malibu can help an adolescent in need at http://ParadigmMalibu.com.

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