This is an extension of the previous step. The situation has been somewhat defused and action is being taken to mitigate the problems created by the over-privileged child. At this stage, some form of resolution is achieved. Often an expanded team of specialists is required. Next, the family takes action to get their over-privileged child help, if needed. Some corrective action should also be taken so the situation does not repeat itself. For example, in the case of drug addiction, the child might go to a rehabilitation center. Sometimes, the families are able to adjust the financials—making it difficult or impossible for the child to access funding when being destructive and harmful.