Adolescent (11-17 years) Psychotherapy
Adolescence can be challenging. During this time, adolescents are trying to find their place in the world and be recognized as independent individuals. Their brains continue to develop and although they are able to use abstract thinking skills like adults, the part of their brain that controls judgement and decision making is still developing. This can cause conflict in their brains, resulting in behaviors that can affect their functioning in multiple environments. Oftentimes, when working with adolescents, family therapy is helpful and essential to growth and healing.
Adult (18 + years) Psychotherapy
Life is hard, it can throw us curve balls that are hard to adjust too. It can include abuse, loss, trauma, etc. Individual Psychotherapy is a tool to learn how to overcome or eliminate life barriers that are affecting your functioning. It can help build confidence, hope, growth, and healing. Psychotherapy is utilized to treat a broad spectrum of mental health diagnosis and emotional difficulties.