Adolescent Therapy

Adolescent Therapy1The transition from childhood to adulthood is a critical time in everyone’s life. This is when young adults begin to form their own unique identity that defines who they are for the rest of their lives. This stage is not only troublesome at times for teenagers, but it can be troublesome for the parents, too.

Teenagers may begin to challenge parents and other adult authorities, which tests their boundaries. However, this can also fuel many arguments and issues within the family structure. Although it may be a trying time for some, having the proper tools and techniques can make this transition from childhood to adulthood a joyful and inspiring one.

The LifeVesting group is equipped to handle whatever issue may come their way. Some teenagers may need a safe-place to speak freely about their issues, while others may require a radical intervention. Some teenagers may need help preventing certain things from happening, while other teenagers need to resolve and heal from past wounds and abuse.

The emotional strains that affect your teen are outrageous. Teens face a variety of pressure, such as: low self-esteem, depress, eating disorder, and substance abuse. The LifeVesting Group believes it is important for teens to see a therapist who specializes in adolescent therapy – someone who understands the teenager min and the struggles teenagers face on a day-to-day basis. Contact a therapist if your teenager needs help with:

    • Behavior problems
    • School problems
    • Discipline problems
    • Depression
    • Anxiety
    • Anger, Fighting, or Defiance
    • Lack of respect
    • Power struggles
    • Eating disorder
    • Sleeping problems
    • Substance use/abuse
    • Sexual issues
    • Social skills issues
    • Relationship issues
    • Family issues
    • Sibling issues
    • Coping with parent’s divorce
    • Coping with a move or a loss
    • Coping with a death
    • Stepparent issues
    • Multiple home issues
    • Blending family issues
    • Coping with childhood or adolescence trauma
    • Coping with abuse issues (physical, sexual, emotional or neglect)
    • Coping with illness
    • Lack of ambition in life
    • Coping skills issues
    • General dissatisfaction with life