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Psychotherapy Session

Pre-Teen & Teens Therapy

Pre-teens and Teens Therapy, also known as Adolescent Therapy, involves therapeutic interventions tailored to address the unique emotional, psychological, and developmental needs of young individuals between the ages of 12 to 18. This form of therapy aims to help adolescents navigate the challenges they face during this critical period of growth and transition from childhood to adulthood.

Building a trusting relationship between the therapist and the adolescent is essential. Adolescents are encouraged to express their thoughts, feelings, and concerns in a safe, non-judgmental environment.

Therapists typically emphasize confidentiality while ensuring the adolescent understands the limits of confidentiality, such as situations where safety concerns arise or when mandated reporting is necessary.

Pre-teen and Teens Therapy addresses a wide range of issues, including:
Anxiety, depression, mood disorders, eating disorders, self-harm, and substance abuse. Additional issues address in therapy: 
Exploring their identities, including gender identity, sexual orientation, self-concept, social challenges, peer pressure, bullying, developing healthy relationships, family conflicts, communication issues, changes within the family structure, school-related stress, academic performance, pressure to succeed, coping with transitions such as parental divorce, moving, or loss.

Therapists use various therapeutic approaches tailored to meet the needs of adolescents.

Pre-teen and Teens Therapy aims to support teens in navigating challenges, promoting emotional well-being, fostering healthy coping mechanisms, and helping them develop the skills needed to thrive during this transformative phase of life.

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