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HIGH RISK

Your teen can be considered to be in the high risk category. Adolescents in this category are exhibiting many behaviors that are disturbing to parents and are in need of help. We recommend individual and family counseling, as well as extra parental supervision. Placement of your child is advised.

This test is not a diagnostic tool. Rather, it is an instrument that may help you to determine if your teenage son or daughter could benefit from a therapeutic setting.  It may be beneficial for you to seek further clarification from a licensed mental health professional as soon as possible.

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