Adolescent Counseling

CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENT COUNSELING

Our counselors help children and teenagers deal with various life stressors. Adolescents experience challenges coming at them from all directions. Whether coming from internal conflicts, family conflicts, peer pressures, life changes, or their environments, adolescents can greatly benefit from meeting with our counselors. In reality, anxiety, stress, depression, self-harm, suicidal thoughts, bullying, eating disorders, substance abuse, addiction, and oppositional behaviors, are all conditions affecting the adolescent’s well-being. Counseling around these topics can be extremely beneficial for teens to remain socially engaged and successful in school.

ADOLESCENT COUNSELING
THROUGH LIFE TRANSITIONS

Frequently, adolescents experience difficult life transitions. The constant movement of environment between elementary school, middle school, high school, and college can be exhausting. As a result, adolescents are consistently adjusting to these changing environments. Counseling helps prepare students to make these transitions by ensuring they can identify healthy relationships, manage stress, and overcome issues stemming from childhood. Specifically for college students, a new environment away from home can mean learning how to handle new levels of stress, new financial responsibilities, and becoming independent. Establishing a healthy lifestyle and mental health will lead to a more fulfilled and successful adult. All things considered, these skills will help adolescents thrive in their new environments.

YOU ARE NOT ALONE:

About 33% of Adolescents have Self-Harmed

Self Harm Pie Chart

31.9 % of Adolescents deal with Anxiety Disorders

Anxiety Pie Chart

20% of Adolescents experience Bullying

Bullying for Adolescent Counseling Pie Chart

11.7% of Adolescents deal with Depression Disorders

Depression for Adolescent Counseling Pie Chart

This data has been pulled from the reliable sources of stopbullying.org, mentalhealthamerica.net, and childmind.org

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