Crestview, FL (PRWEB) June 13, 2012
Once Jeffery Crider retired from his post as a military First Sergeant, he turned his focus to building the characters of troubled teens with Project Pyramid. Through structured programs that show teens ways to turn negative energy into positive motivation, Crider and his organization hope to make a measured difference in the lives of troubled teens and their families. The goal of Project Pyramid is to take these teens and young adults and show them how to live as contributing, successful members of society.
"It's all about changing bad behavior and gaining self-worth," affirms Crider, known as Mister C. by the cadets and community. The boot camp-style programs at Project Pyramid are designed to help turn teens' behavior around. Anger management is one of the core issues taught by Crider and his staff. By addressing this and showing teens how to express themselves positively, even in frustrating situations, Project Pyramid hopes to make inroads to the other issues the teens may be facing.
Project Pyramid's approach to change has also been shown to improve teens' attitudes towards school. The program first addresses any truancy issues students acquire. To this end, Project Pyramid provides school monitoring to ensure that in-house lessons and skills are being applied in the real world.
Project Pyramid also provides substance abuse awareness. The objective of these programs is to help reduce the allure of illegal substances so that teens will make the right decision when given an opportunity to abuse. Accompanying this and the other programs are parenting skills workshops. Project Pyramid believes the path to changed and improved behavior in teens takes effort from the whole family, so the organization offers assistance for parents and siblings to smoothly adapt to a healthier living environment together.
About the company:
Based in Crestview, Florida, Project Pyramid is a private Juvenile Intervention (boot camp) Program for at risk juveniles. The primary goal of Project Pyramid is to motivate young persons to change their self destructive and at risk behavior. The program is targeted to the entire family and requires buy in from everyone involved. For more information contact Jeffery L. Crider at (850)543-8203. For more information visit their website at http://www.privatedrillinstructor.com.