Has your teenager’s behavior changed lately?
Is your teenager spending more time alone and less time with friends or family?
Is your teenager stressed?
The pressure from school, peers, friends, and family events all contribute to teen stress.
Teenage stress can exacerbate a teenager’s behavior at home or even relationships with friends and family.
You may notice that your smart teenager isn’t handing in homework or is fighting with siblings.
If your teenager is spending long periods of time alone in his or her room and seems to be isolated from friends and peers, it could be a sign of a deeper problem.
If you feel that your teenager needs extra help coping with teen stress, anxiety, or depression, counseling can help.
Getting help for your teenager
Getting help for teen stress can give your child the support he or she needs to get back on track.
Whether your teen is suffering from depression, stress, social anxiety, loneliness, or another underlying condition, we can work with your teen on feeling better.
In counseling, we will help your teenager use his or her strengths to make new strides in personal growth and development. We will listen to your teen while challenging them to grow.
If your teenager is withdrawn or uncommunicative, it could be a sign that it is time for you to get help for your teenager. Counseling has been proven to help teenagers relax, meet new goals, and reconnect with family and friends.
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