The teen age can be especially challenging. Teenagers face social, mental, and physical challenges, on top of other stressors, such as difficulties in family life and preparation for college. We aim to understand each teen’s unique obstacles and needs; we strive to provide them with the tools to overcome life’s obstacles; we offer guidance to create a road map for the future; and we provide an outlet to openly communicate emotions. Teen counseling may be beneficial for teens with social difficulties, learning disabilities, mental disabilities, emotional difficulties, behavioral difficulties, anger issues, anxiety, depression, irritability, perfectionism, low self-esteem, AD/HD, or autism. Counseling may also be useful for teens who have experienced trauma, those navigating through parental divorse, separation, or other transitions, those suffering from addiction, those with gifted or twice-exceptional traits, and those preparing for college. Learn more about our teen counseling services.