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Are you feeling stressed or anxious? Do you feel like your problems are too big for you to handle? If so, you’re not alone. A lot of people feel this way during adolescence. Teen psychologists can help.
Teen psychologists can provide a variety of services, including:
- Assessing your feelings and problems
- Developing a plan to address your issues
- Helping you develop coping skills
- Providing support during difficult times
- Helping you connect with other teenagers who are going through similar things
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“As a parent of two teenagers, I have found that this program has helped my kids to communicate more effectively with each other and with me. The therapists are very professional and truly seem to care about helping our family. I would recommend this program to any family who is struggling with communication or behavioral issues.”
Frequently Asked Questions
The many problems plaguing teenagers today include peer pressure, academic struggles, and low self-esteem. Common issues such as bullying/social rejection can lead to harmful coping mechanisms like drug or alcohol use. Additionally, depression and anxiety are often feelings experienced by those going through tough times during adolescence.
While every teenager is different, there are some common signs that they may be struggling with certain issues. These can include: acting out of character; withdrawing from friends or activities they used to enjoy; talking about suicide or death often; poor grades at school; missing classes without a good excuse (e.g., doctor’s appointments); suddenly losing interest in favorite hobbies/activities.
If you think your teen is having a tough time, talking to them in an understanding way can be very beneficial. Show that you care about them and want to help if they need it. You can provide support or find professional counseling services for more information/help.
Yes! The conversations that take place during therapy are confidential. No information will be shared without your permission.
Remaining supportive and understanding is key if your teen resists going to counseling. You can explain why therapy would be beneficial, offer to go with them to the first session, or try finding a therapist who will work with adolescents without their parents present.