This final chapter is a conclusion, but it indicates areas for future research and so it is anticipated that it is also a beginning. The term Boarding School Syndrome has been proposed and the psychological events that may lead to this distressing condition have been named and described. Thus a theory of Boarding School Syndrome is gradually emerging. There is not merely one single model for working in psychotherapy with this syndrome. Rather, some pointers have been offered that well-qualified analysts and psychotherapists, whatever their institutional affiliation, will have no trouble in identifying.