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Paradigm Malibu Announces the Launch Of Their Academic Support Program For Treatment Of Gifted Teens
Date:10/26/2013

Malibu, California (PRWEB) October 26, 2013

According to figures from the academic sector, approximately 3 million gifted students are currently enrolled in schools throughout the United States. While all teens and adolescents face an increasing number of social and internal emotional challenges, those with greater than average intelligence and abilities are often confronted with their own unique set of difficulties. In order to address the particular needs of gifted teens suffering from mental health issues, Paradigm Malibu has launched their Academic Support Program for Gifted Teens.

Cole Rucker of Paradigm Malibu confirmed, "A high percentage of the adolescents we see at Paradigm Malibu are extremely bright young people. Many of the teens we see are intellectual scholars in AP and Honors classes, accomplished athletes or are highly proficient in the arts. It is not uncommon for these teens to also be struggling with Depression, Anxiety or other mood and behavioral disorders. It is our goal to help these students manage their mental health while fostering their enhanced abilities."

Research indicates gifted students often struggle in traditional classroom settings due to the lack of public education programs catering to those with higher than average intelligence. Some young people exhibit their boredom in school through behavioral issues, leading to misdiagnoses of their true talents. Their inability to focus and impatience with their learning environment are often falsely construed as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and Depression, among others.

On the other end of the spectrum, gifted students typically experience difficulties making friends with peers in
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