Adolescents can be subject to many situations that will negatively influence their development if they are not addressed in time and with the appropriate interventions.
Bullying, drugs and alcohol, negative social media relationships, low self-esteem and other stressors have today's teens under pressures that are difficult for the whole family unit. If untreated, these stressors can cause behavioral and emotional issues that may lead to difficulty in school success or achievement of their full potential.
Realizing your child could benefit from psychotherapy is often a gradual process. This realization can be painful, but it can also be of great relief with the help of a professional.
Psychotherapy can assists adolescents who struggle with anxiety, depression, social difficulties, learning disorders, or adjustment issues or those faced with serious immediate stressors such as divorce and loss, visual violent experiences.