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THERAPY FOR ADOLESCENTS

Adolescence is a sensitive stage of development where your teenage child is experiencing a range of physical, emotional and hormonal changes. It’s also a time when an adolescent is developing their own autonomy as a person, connecting with their peers, dealing with peer pressure, developing personal relationships, and dealing with their sexuality and/or gender identification.  Whilst adolescence is an exciting time of life it can also be very stressful, emotionally charged and a difficult period of life to navigate. 

 

Psychological therapy can help your teenager place into context their issues or concerns and implement coping skills and strategies to navigate a safe and happy path as they transition into a young adult.

THERAPY CAN HELP WITH

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