Counseling for Teens
How It Works
Pre-teens and teens are given a bit more freedom in session but parents are still involved. Some of the teens we see struggle with issues like:
- test anxiety,
- peer issues like bullying or a hard time making friends,
- mental health issues like depression or anxiety,
- behavior problems,
- low self-esteem,
- and substance abuse problems.
Teens can find it hard to talk to and trust their parents, but having a trusted adult is really important during this stage of their life. That’s where we come in. Counseling gives teens a space to be themselves, share openly, and find solutions.
Due to safety precautions against COVID, we are only conducting counseling services virtually. To learn more about what to expect, check out this blog about telehealth counseling these faqs. In certain situations, counseling can be conducted face to face with your counselor from the comfort of your home. Email us for more info!
If you’re still not quite sure what to expect with counseling, take a look at this blog on what questions to ask and answer before getting started.
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If we can't help you, we promise to point you in the direction of someone who can!