Lifetime's 'Teen Trouble' Premieres Fri., Dec. 28
On the Friday, January 4 episode of "Anderson Live," you'll meet Josh Shipp, a teen behavior specialist, author and motivational speaker who serves as the last hope for troubled families desperate to save their out-of-control teens and give them the critical help they need to avoid catastrophic tragedy.
In the all-new and gripping series, "Teen Trouble" -- premiering on December 28 at 10 PM -- Shipp embeds himself into the hidden lives of at-risk teens on dangerous, self-destructive paths of drugs, stealing from their families, abusing alcohol and breaking the law.
"Abandoned at birth and thrown into many different foster homes, Shipp had a traumatic childhood," says MyLifetime.com. "He was abused, addicted and suicidal, and knows what it means to be a teen in trouble, but he figured out how to turn a mess into a message. Shipp has been through it all and has an unconventional method to get through to teens and their parents. Any time can be a rough time for teens, but the holidays in particular, can be very difficult."
To learn more about this new series, and for all of Shipp's tips and information to help your teen, go to MyLifeTime.com/Shows/Teen-Trouble. Join the conversation on Twitter, using #TeenTrouble.
Don't forget to tune in to "Anderson Live" on Friday, January 4 to meet Josh and a mom in crisis over her teen daughter's self-destructive behavior. Plus, learn the top 3 warning signs that your teen could be in trouble.