Therapy offers adolescents a safe space to work through their thoughts.
Does your teen have trouble dealing with their emotions? Is their behavior sometimes disruptive to your home life? Have they experienced sudden loss or trauma? The stage of adolescence comes with many challenges. A teenager's emotions are exponentially elevated by changing hormones, searching for identity, and navigating new social situations. These factors have changed how they socialize, relate, and see themselves.
Many think that adolescents do not have problems, but it really is a very drastic change in which many elements of life are unbalanced, affecting their family, school, and social life. My passion is to accompany young people to express their emotions, situations, and anxieties more clearly. I love giving space in my practice to teenagers so that they can unreservedly be and say what they feel, what hurts them, what distresses them, what they want, what they do, what they sound like, what they think, and what they expect. The intention is to accompany them to prevent minor problems from becoming major complications.
As they grow, adolescents develop social skills and emotional intelligence. This awareness helps them to develop into healthy, happy, and successful individuals. But some teens have trouble processing their emotions, which often leads to behavior that negatively impacts their school life, home life, and overall well-being.
Therapy offers adolescents a safe space to work through their thoughts and emotions. With the help of a specialized therapist, children can resolve problems, modify behaviors, and make positive and lasting changes.