Kenneth R. Rosen

Journalist and author, “Troubled: The Failed Promise of America’s Behavioral Treatment Programs”

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Tens of thousands of “troubled” teens have, with their parents’ consent, been forcibly lifted from their beds and sent into the wilderness.

‘Almost everyone is left with trauma’: The impact of American’s unregulated wilderness teen therapy industry

Tens of thousands of “troubled” teens have, with their parents’ consent, been forcibly lifted from their beds and sent into the wilderness.

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