Finding the right psychologist was an incredibly long and frustrating process for me....I’d never really put much stock in psychotherapy and I thought all of my therapists were full of crap. She completely changed my views about therapy, and for the first time I was able to make real, lasting progress.
— Kudzu Review

The Hazards of Wealth

In a surprising switch, teens in wealthy areas are sometimes more distressed than other youth. They show disturbingly high rates of substance use, depression, anxiety, eating disorders. High achievement expectations and competitive academics can lead to stress. It gives a whole new meaning to having it all. 

These are young people from communities dominated by white-collar, well-educated parents. They attend schools distinguished by rich academic curricula, high standardized test scores, and diverse extracurricular opportunities. And yet they may show serious levels of maladjustment as teens, displaying problems that tend to get worse as they approach college.  

Kim has been very helpful to getting our kids through the pressures of high school, and even now when our daughter is at college, she still makes her self available via Skype..
— Milton Mom 2014