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Dr. Phil Show features Center for Discovery Family Treatment Program

Los Alamitos, CA (PRWEB) October 23, 2014

Center for Discovery, a leader in residential treatment for adolescents, is being featured on tomorrow’s episode of the Dr. Phil show. The episode, which airs on Friday, October 24, 2014, is titled “Bright, Beautiful and Blowing Up: Help My Teen Before it’s too Late.” Center for Discovery is providing residential treatment services through its adolescent treatment program for a guest on the Dr. Phil show.

“We are thrilled to once again work with the Dr. Phil Show in its tireless efforts to provide the finest treatment for troubled teens and their families,” said Mark Hobbins, President and COO of Center for Discovery.

Friday’s episode of the Dr. Phil Show focuses on a 15-year-old girl who, by outward appearances, seems to be doing well in life: she has friends, decent grades, and a job. Her mother, however, fears that her daughter’s life is spiraling out of control. The girl feels isolated and alone. She and other family members, including her mother, stepfather, stepsister and her biological father are dealing with difficult family relationship issues. Dr. Phil determines that the entire family needs help, and he invites returning subject matter expert, Dr. Matthew Polacheck, Program Director at Center for Discovery, to share his opinion. The family leaves the stage with Dr. Polacheck and his team in order to immediately enter treatment at Center for Discovery, where the family can participate in a specialized family program.

About Center for Discovery

Center for Discovery is a national leader in intensive residential treatment for male and female adolescents, ages 11 to 18, who are dealing with issues related to depression, anxiety, self-harming behavior, low self-esteem and family conflict. Center for Discovery also has specialized residential treatment centers for adolescents dealing with alcohol and drug abuse, or attachment and adoption issues. Each Center for Discovery location treats only one specialized population. Center for Discovery residential treatment centers are nationally recognized, fully licensed facilities that provide clinically sophisticated programming in a home-like setting. For more information on Center for Discovery Transitions programs, please contact our Admissions Department at 866-339-2669 or e-mail corporatenews(at)centerfordiscovery(dot)com or visit the http://www.CenterforDiscovery.com website.







Dr. Phil Show features Center for Discovery Family Treatment Program

Los Alamitos, CA (PRWEB) October 23, 2014

Center for Discovery, a leader in residential treatment for adolescents, is being featured on tomorrow’s episode of the Dr. Phil show. The episode, which airs on Friday, October 24, 2014, is titled “Bright, Beautiful and Blowing Up: Help My Teen Before it’s too Late.” Center for Discovery is providing residential treatment services through its adolescent treatment program for a guest on the Dr. Phil show.

“We are thrilled to once again work with the Dr. Phil Show in its tireless efforts to provide the finest treatment for troubled teens and their families,” said Mark Hobbins, President and COO of Center for Discovery.

Friday’s episode of the Dr. Phil Show focuses on a 15-year-old girl who, by outward appearances, seems to be doing well in life: she has friends, decent grades, and a job. Her mother, however, fears that her daughter’s life is spiraling out of control. The girl feels isolated and alone. She and other family members, including her mother, stepfather, stepsister and her biological father are dealing with difficult family relationship issues. Dr. Phil determines that the entire family needs help, and he invites returning subject matter expert, Dr. Matthew Polacheck, Program Director at Center for Discovery, to share his opinion. The family leaves the stage with Dr. Polacheck and his team in order to immediately enter treatment at Center for Discovery, where the family can participate in a specialized family program.

About Center for Discovery

Center for Discovery is a national leader in intensive residential treatment for male and female adolescents, ages 11 to 18, who are dealing with issues related to depression, anxiety, self-harming behavior, low self-esteem and family conflict. Center for Discovery also has specialized residential treatment centers for adolescents dealing with alcohol and drug abuse, or attachment and adoption issues. Each Center for Discovery location treats only one specialized population. Center for Discovery residential treatment centers are nationally recognized, fully licensed facilities that provide clinically sophisticated programming in a home-like setting. For more information on Center for Discovery Transitions programs, please contact our Admissions Department at 866-339-2669 or e-mail corporatenews(at)centerfordiscovery(dot)com or visit the http://www.CenterforDiscovery.com website.







Dr. Phil Show features Center for Discovery Family Treatment Program

Los Alamitos, CA (PRWEB) October 23, 2014

Center for Discovery, a leader in residential treatment for adolescents, is being featured on tomorrow’s episode of the Dr. Phil show. The episode, which airs on Friday, October 24, 2014, is titled “Bright, Beautiful and Blowing Up: Help My Teen Before it’s too Late.” Center for Discovery is providing residential treatment services through its adolescent treatment program for a guest on the Dr. Phil show.

“We are thrilled to once again work with the Dr. Phil Show in its tireless efforts to provide the finest treatment for troubled teens and their families,” said Mark Hobbins, President and COO of Center for Discovery.

Friday’s episode of the Dr. Phil Show focuses on a 15-year-old girl who, by outward appearances, seems to be doing well in life: she has friends, decent grades, and a job. Her mother, however, fears that her daughter’s life is spiraling out of control. The girl feels isolated and alone. She and other family members, including her mother, stepfather, stepsister and her biological father are dealing with difficult family relationship issues. Dr. Phil determines that the entire family needs help, and he invites returning subject matter expert, Dr. Matthew Polacheck, Program Director at Center for Discovery, to share his opinion. The family leaves the stage with Dr. Polacheck and his team in order to immediately enter treatment at Center for Discovery, where the family can participate in a specialized family program.

About Center for Discovery

Center for Discovery is a national leader in intensive residential treatment for male and female adolescents, ages 11 to 18, who are dealing with issues related to depression, anxiety, self-harming behavior, low self-esteem and family conflict. Center for Discovery also has specialized residential treatment centers for adolescents dealing with alcohol and drug abuse, or attachment and adoption issues. Each Center for Discovery location treats only one specialized population. Center for Discovery residential treatment centers are nationally recognized, fully licensed facilities that provide clinically sophisticated programming in a home-like setting. For more information on Center for Discovery Transitions programs, please contact our Admissions Department at 866-339-2669 or e-mail corporatenews(at)centerfordiscovery(dot)com or visit the http://www.CenterforDiscovery.com website.







Dr. Phil Show features Center for Discovery Family Treatment Program

Los Alamitos, CA (PRWEB) October 23, 2014

Center for Discovery, a leader in residential treatment for adolescents, is being featured on tomorrow’s episode of the Dr. Phil show. The episode, which airs on Friday, October 24, 2014, is titled “Bright, Beautiful and Blowing Up: Help My Teen Before it’s too Late.” Center for Discovery is providing residential treatment services through its adolescent treatment program for a guest on the Dr. Phil show.

“We are thrilled to once again work with the Dr. Phil Show in its tireless efforts to provide the finest treatment for troubled teens and their families,” said Mark Hobbins, President and COO of Center for Discovery.

Friday’s episode of the Dr. Phil Show focuses on a 15-year-old girl who, by outward appearances, seems to be doing well in life: she has friends, decent grades, and a job. Her mother, however, fears that her daughter’s life is spiraling out of control. The girl feels isolated and alone. She and other family members, including her mother, stepfather, stepsister and her biological father are dealing with difficult family relationship issues. Dr. Phil determines that the entire family needs help, and he invites returning subject matter expert, Dr. Matthew Polacheck, Program Director at Center for Discovery, to share his opinion. The family leaves the stage with Dr. Polacheck and his team in order to immediately enter treatment at Center for Discovery, where the family can participate in a specialized family program.

About Center for Discovery

Center for Discovery is a national leader in intensive residential treatment for male and female adolescents, ages 11 to 18, who are dealing with issues related to depression, anxiety, self-harming behavior, low self-esteem and family conflict. Center for Discovery also has specialized residential treatment centers for adolescents dealing with alcohol and drug abuse, or attachment and adoption issues. Each Center for Discovery location treats only one specialized population. Center for Discovery residential treatment centers are nationally recognized, fully licensed facilities that provide clinically sophisticated programming in a home-like setting. For more information on Center for Discovery Transitions programs, please contact our Admissions Department at 866-339-2669 or e-mail corporatenews(at)centerfordiscovery(dot)com or visit the http://www.CenterforDiscovery.com website.







Dr. Phil Show features Center for Discovery Family Treatment Program

Los Alamitos, CA (PRWEB) October 23, 2014

Center for Discovery, a leader in residential treatment for adolescents, is being featured on tomorrow’s episode of the Dr. Phil show. The episode, which airs on Friday, October 24, 2014, is titled “Bright, Beautiful and Blowing Up: Help My Teen Before it’s too Late.” Center for Discovery is providing residential treatment services through its adolescent treatment program for a guest on the Dr. Phil show.

“We are thrilled to once again work with the Dr. Phil Show in its tireless efforts to provide the finest treatment for troubled teens and their families,” said Mark Hobbins, President and COO of Center for Discovery.

Friday’s episode of the Dr. Phil Show focuses on a 15-year-old girl who, by outward appearances, seems to be doing well in life: she has friends, decent grades, and a job. Her mother, however, fears that her daughter’s life is spiraling out of control. The girl feels isolated and alone. She and other family members, including her mother, stepfather, stepsister and her biological father are dealing with difficult family relationship issues. Dr. Phil determines that the entire family needs help, and he invites returning subject matter expert, Dr. Matthew Polacheck, Program Director at Center for Discovery, to share his opinion. The family leaves the stage with Dr. Polacheck and his team in order to immediately enter treatment at Center for Discovery, where the family can participate in a specialized family program.

About Center for Discovery

Center for Discovery is a national leader in intensive residential treatment for male and female adolescents, ages 11 to 18, who are dealing with issues related to depression, anxiety, self-harming behavior, low self-esteem and family conflict. Center for Discovery also has specialized residential treatment centers for adolescents dealing with alcohol and drug abuse, or attachment and adoption issues. Each Center for Discovery location treats only one specialized population. Center for Discovery residential treatment centers are nationally recognized, fully licensed facilities that provide clinically sophisticated programming in a home-like setting. For more information on Center for Discovery Transitions programs, please contact our Admissions Department at 866-339-2669 or e-mail corporatenews(at)centerfordiscovery(dot)com or visit the http://www.CenterforDiscovery.com website.







Dr. Phil Show features Center for Discovery Family Treatment Program

Los Alamitos, CA (PRWEB) October 23, 2014

Center for Discovery, a leader in residential treatment for adolescents, is being featured on tomorrow’s episode of the Dr. Phil show. The episode, which airs on Friday, October 24, 2014, is titled “Bright, Beautiful and Blowing Up: Help My Teen Before it’s too Late.” Center for Discovery is providing residential treatment services through its adolescent treatment program for a guest on the Dr. Phil show.

“We are thrilled to once again work with the Dr. Phil Show in its tireless efforts to provide the finest treatment for troubled teens and their families,” said Mark Hobbins, President and COO of Center for Discovery.

Friday’s episode of the Dr. Phil Show focuses on a 15-year-old girl who, by outward appearances, seems to be doing well in life: she has friends, decent grades, and a job. Her mother, however, fears that her daughter’s life is spiraling out of control. The girl feels isolated and alone. She and other family members, including her mother, stepfather, stepsister and her biological father are dealing with difficult family relationship issues. Dr. Phil determines that the entire family needs help, and he invites returning subject matter expert, Dr. Matthew Polacheck, Program Director at Center for Discovery, to share his opinion. The family leaves the stage with Dr. Polacheck and his team in order to immediately enter treatment at Center for Discovery, where the family can participate in a specialized family program.

About Center for Discovery

Center for Discovery is a national leader in intensive residential treatment for male and female adolescents, ages 11 to 18, who are dealing with issues related to depression, anxiety, self-harming behavior, low self-esteem and family conflict. Center for Discovery also has specialized residential treatment centers for adolescents dealing with alcohol and drug abuse, or attachment and adoption issues. Each Center for Discovery location treats only one specialized population. Center for Discovery residential treatment centers are nationally recognized, fully licensed facilities that provide clinically sophisticated programming in a home-like setting. For more information on Center for Discovery Transitions programs, please contact our Admissions Department at 866-339-2669 or e-mail corporatenews(at)centerfordiscovery(dot)com or visit the http://www.CenterforDiscovery.com website.







Lorraine Strieby Created Attention at the World Wide Art Show at the Los Angeles International Convention Center But This is Only a Part of the Story

(PRWEB) October 21, 2014

Thomas and Despina Tunberg juried Lorraine Strieby into this show and other artists from all parts of the world which was a dream of theirs and it took 9 years of planning and producing an art show that packed a punch as soon as you walked in the door.

The show took place in October 16 – 19, 2014, and presented an avenue for both known and emerging artists.

Lorraine was pleased to be in the International Artists Booth managed by the Tunbergs. Her seascapes were featured and her recent inspiration entitled “Salute to the US Marine Corps at Camp Pendleton,” Oceanside, CA, had a full page of that one piece in the catalog. This represents her passion for shimmering colors and glittering metals. Somehow that painting shows her love of the sea, the US armed forces, and the way she sees the world. She delights in collaging paper to make mystical skies and transparent, reflecting water.

On October 23rd her painting “Clarinet Blues” will be in the Gustave Salon in the Eiffel Tower, Paris, France. She is looking forward to going to Catania, Sicily, on November 15 where she will talk about her love of jazz and her attempt at putting jazz on a two-dimensional painting.

She also is looking forward to January 1, 2016, when a proposed float she designed for the West Virginia University Hospital and the State of West Virginia will roll down Colorado Blvd. The State logo, “Wild and Wonderful” will show WV’s diversity and whimsy and celebrate the wonderful work that the Hospital does in saving children not only in West Virginia, but Ohio, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Kentucky, and Virginia.

Later this month her children’s picture book, Cat Sophia and Molly McMole, will be available on your Kindle or iPad for three-year olds and up. Each page has a colorful painting and the uplifting story of how a feisty heroine and Mayor, Molly McMole saves her onion-domed town beneath the ground from a Cat that is on a mission to get rid of these pesky, hole digging creatures. It is a good read for the little ones and the story teller moms, dads, and grandparents, too!







Lorraine Strieby Created Attention at the World Wide Art Show at the Los Angeles International Convention Center But This is Only a Part of the Story

(PRWEB) October 21, 2014

Thomas and Despina Tunberg juried Lorraine Strieby into this show and other artists from all parts of the world which was a dream of theirs and it took 9 years of planning and producing an art show that packed a punch as soon as you walked in the door.

The show took place in October 16 – 19, 2014, and presented an avenue for both known and emerging artists.

Lorraine was pleased to be in the International Artists Booth managed by the Tunbergs. Her seascapes were featured and her recent inspiration entitled “Salute to the US Marine Corps at Camp Pendleton,” Oceanside, CA, had a full page of that one piece in the catalog. This represents her passion for shimmering colors and glittering metals. Somehow that painting shows her love of the sea, the US armed forces, and the way she sees the world. She delights in collaging paper to make mystical skies and transparent, reflecting water.

On October 23rd her painting “Clarinet Blues” will be in the Gustave Salon in the Eiffel Tower, Paris, France. She is looking forward to going to Catania, Sicily, on November 15 where she will talk about her love of jazz and her attempt at putting jazz on a two-dimensional painting.

She also is looking forward to January 1, 2016, when a proposed float she designed for the West Virginia University Hospital and the State of West Virginia will roll down Colorado Blvd. The State logo, “Wild and Wonderful” will show WV’s diversity and whimsy and celebrate the wonderful work that the Hospital does in saving children not only in West Virginia, but Ohio, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Kentucky, and Virginia.

Later this month her children’s picture book, Cat Sophia and Molly McMole, will be available on your Kindle or iPad for three-year olds and up. Each page has a colorful painting and the uplifting story of how a feisty heroine and Mayor, Molly McMole saves her onion-domed town beneath the ground from a Cat that is on a mission to get rid of these pesky, hole digging creatures. It is a good read for the little ones and the story teller moms, dads, and grandparents, too!







Lorraine Strieby Created Attention at the World Wide Art Show at the Los Angeles International Convention Center But This is Only a Part of the Story

(PRWEB) October 21, 2014

Thomas and Despina Tunberg juried Lorraine Strieby into this show and other artists from all parts of the world which was a dream of theirs and it took 9 years of planning and producing an art show that packed a punch as soon as you walked in the door.

The show took place in October 16 – 19, 2014, and presented an avenue for both known and emerging artists.

Lorraine was pleased to be in the International Artists Booth managed by the Tunbergs. Her seascapes were featured and her recent inspiration entitled “Salute to the US Marine Corps at Camp Pendleton,” Oceanside, CA, had a full page of that one piece in the catalog. This represents her passion for shimmering colors and glittering metals. Somehow that painting shows her love of the sea, the US armed forces, and the way she sees the world. She delights in collaging paper to make mystical skies and transparent, reflecting water.

On October 23rd her painting “Clarinet Blues” will be in the Gustave Salon in the Eiffel Tower, Paris, France. She is looking forward to going to Catania, Sicily, on November 15 where she will talk about her love of jazz and her attempt at putting jazz on a two-dimensional painting.

She also is looking forward to January 1, 2016, when a proposed float she designed for the West Virginia University Hospital and the State of West Virginia will roll down Colorado Blvd. The State logo, “Wild and Wonderful” will show WV’s diversity and whimsy and celebrate the wonderful work that the Hospital does in saving children not only in West Virginia, but Ohio, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Kentucky, and Virginia.

Later this month her children’s picture book, Cat Sophia and Molly McMole, will be available on your Kindle or iPad for three-year olds and up. Each page has a colorful painting and the uplifting story of how a feisty heroine and Mayor, Molly McMole saves her onion-domed town beneath the ground from a Cat that is on a mission to get rid of these pesky, hole digging creatures. It is a good read for the little ones and the story teller moms, dads, and grandparents, too!







Lorraine Strieby Created Attention at the World Wide Art Show at the Los Angeles International Convention Center But This is Only a Part of the Story

(PRWEB) October 21, 2014

Thomas and Despina Tunberg juried Lorraine Strieby into this show and other artists from all parts of the world which was a dream of theirs and it took 9 years of planning and producing an art show that packed a punch as soon as you walked in the door.

The show took place in October 16 – 19, 2014, and presented an avenue for both known and emerging artists.

Lorraine was pleased to be in the International Artists Booth managed by the Tunbergs. Her seascapes were featured and her recent inspiration entitled “Salute to the US Marine Corps at Camp Pendleton,” Oceanside, CA, had a full page of that one piece in the catalog. This represents her passion for shimmering colors and glittering metals. Somehow that painting shows her love of the sea, the US armed forces, and the way she sees the world. She delights in collaging paper to make mystical skies and transparent, reflecting water.

On October 23rd her painting “Clarinet Blues” will be in the Gustave Salon in the Eiffel Tower, Paris, France. She is looking forward to going to Catania, Sicily, on November 15 where she will talk about her love of jazz and her attempt at putting jazz on a two-dimensional painting.

She also is looking forward to January 1, 2016, when a proposed float she designed for the West Virginia University Hospital and the State of West Virginia will roll down Colorado Blvd. The State logo, “Wild and Wonderful” will show WV’s diversity and whimsy and celebrate the wonderful work that the Hospital does in saving children not only in West Virginia, but Ohio, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Kentucky, and Virginia.

Later this month her children’s picture book, Cat Sophia and Molly McMole, will be available on your Kindle or iPad for three-year olds and up. Each page has a colorful painting and the uplifting story of how a feisty heroine and Mayor, Molly McMole saves her onion-domed town beneath the ground from a Cat that is on a mission to get rid of these pesky, hole digging creatures. It is a good read for the little ones and the story teller moms, dads, and grandparents, too!