Because they are transitioning between childhood and adulthood, teenagers face significantly challenging academic, social, and family pressures. Teens often feel as if they are being told how to think and behave, which impacts their ability to develop healthy decision-making and problem-solving skills. Using a blend of expressive activities and skill-building, we work with your teen to identify their unique perspective and strengths, improve their relationship with you, and creatively resolve the concerns that brought them to counseling in the first place.
Young adults are learning how to navigate the world and developing their sense of self. Therapy provides a space for them to learn about how they are outside of their family, develop healthy coping strategies, and develop and maintain life goals.