Here-4-You Counseling

Teen Intervention Program Counseling

Dr. Rodman is exceptionally well qualified to work with youth and families addressing defiance, substance abuse, delinquency, & other issues.

Dr. Rodman specializes is in working with adolescents and their families on issues related to the teen years.  He is a Master Addictions Counselor and a Certified Clinical Criminal Justice Specialist and is adept at dealing with both substance abuse and delinquency issues.  As a National Trainer for the “Parenting with Love and Limits” program from Savannah, Georgia, Dr. Rodman implemented the original pilot study working with over 100 families with Difficult Teens
(1, 2).

Every teenager rebels against authority at some point - talks back, breaks curfew, or disobeys. But literally millions of teens go beyond normal adolescent rebellion to engage in
out-of-control or dangerous behavior. If one of those teens is yours, you've probably lived through years of conflicting advice and pat solutions that haven't led to lasting change.

Dr. Rodman has a breakthrough model of working with youth and families that will finally get a permanent, positive pathway to reestablish authority and reclaim love with even the most difficult teenager.

Utilizing a treatment model gleaned from solid empirical support from a four year research study, Dr. Rodman uses a combination of solution, strategic, and structural-family therapy focused approaches to bring about improvements in extreme behavioral problems in adolescents.  Dr. Rodman uses an approach that puts parents back in a position of authority and teaches parents proven methods to keep teens on track.

1 Smith, Thomas Edward, Scott P. Sells, Jeffrey Rodman, & Lisa Rene Reynolds. (2003). “Reducing Adolescent Substance Abuse and Delinquency: Pilot Research of a Family-Oriented Psycho-Education Curriculum.” Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse., 15, 105-115.

2 Sells, Scott P., Smith, Thomas Edward, & Rodman, J. (2006). “Reducing Substance Abuse through Parenting with Love and Limits.” Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse (15):105-115.