Teenage Counseling and Therapy

2009-01-27

Many different types of counceling is available for teenagers dealing with many different social issues. Some of the more common types of therapy are listed below:

Chrisianet mentions, the first thing that is usually addressed in therapy includes a plan for a recovery from addiction or other abusive behavior. Sometimes there are underlying psychological disorders that may play a big part in the behavior of the patient. Some of these types of disorder may include attention deficit disorder, depression, bipolar disorder, and anxiety disorders. Family counseling services will help to diagnose the underlying problems and set up a treatment plan that addresses all areas of concern.

CreatingHealthyConnections remind parents that: Navigating these choices and decisions during adolescent can be more than daunting. Their moods may change like the weather, as if to come from out of the blue and their ability to see the long term effects of their choices may be challenged by changes going on in their adolescent brains. Connections between parent and teen become strained to the point of extreme disconnection and frustration. Or the adolescent may be numb or depressed, leaving the parent to worry about their teen's safety. Carol has experience effectively treating adolescents in several treatment facilities focused exclusively on teens. She is able to provide assistance and treatment in the following areas:


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