Young Adult Therapy

Young Adult Therapy1What am I supposed to be doing with my life? Is this really the job I want for the rest of my life? All my friends are in serious relationship, but not me. What’s wrong with me? Am I really making a difference in the world? Should I rent or own a home? How am I going to live on this type of salary?

For many young adults, simply getting their feet on the ground while living in a overwhelming world consisting of different values and moral systems can be, almost, disabling. However, you are not alone in your experience.

The transition from adolescences to adulthood, or as some may call it “real life,” is not what it has been in the past. It actually takes a young adult longer to transition and be situated into traditional markers: financial independence, marriage, and a secure career. And, the time it takes to transition can be filled with frustration, disappointment, anxiety, uncertainty, and lack of meaning or purpose.

At the LifeVesting Group, we specialize in counseling techniques that provide you with direction through your uncertain and discouraging transition into adulthood. If you need an advocate and counselor to assist you in your journey, you can easily find one here.

Other Problems Areas

Life is not just about a good job, stable finances, and a healthy marriage. In fact, young adults face more troubling areas that affect the rest of their lives if not properly resolved. Young adult therapy includes any of these areas that you may be struggling with:

  • Relationship problems
  • School/College problems
  • Work problems
  • Focus/Concentration problems
  • ADHD/ADD/Attention Deficit problems
  • Responsibility problems
  • Separation difficulties
  • Independence difficulties
  • Sexual problems and addictions (pornography, masturbation, sex addiction, etc.)
  • Coping with a pregnancy
  • Parenting problems
  • Problems with family members
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Anger issues
  • Eating disorder
  • Sleeping problems
  • Substance use/abuse
  • Coping with a parent’s divorce
  • Coping with a move
  • Coping with a loss of a friend or family member
  • Coping with death
  • Multiple home issues
  • Coping with childhood/adolescence trauma
  • Coping with a past abuse issue (physical, sexual, emotional, or neglect)
  • Coping with an illness
  • Lack of ambition in life
  • Coping skills problems
  • Difficulty setting goals
  • General dissatisfaction with life

If one or more of these issues stuck out to you, then maybe setting up a time to meet with a therapist can help set you in the right direction. Find a therapist that will assist you in your journey. Contact us today.