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You are concerned for your teen as he/she is stressed out or having difficulty in school or at home. Maybe they are often getting into trouble in the classroom or having difficulty making friends. Your child throws tantrums and may have a difficult time with redirection or does not respond to your corrections. Maybe they are withdrawn or don't talk much and you are worried. There could be a life change that has impacted them and it has shifted their mood or behavior.
If I have described your teen's situation, I want you to know there is hope that things will get better. In my years working with children, teens and parents I have witnessed through careful support, treatment, and guidance that they are able to thrive and feel more confident in managing these feelings and thoughts. I have seen how therapy can help with an increase in self esteem which can help with performing better in school, having an easier time forming friendships, and help to improve communication with parents.
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