Teen (Adolescent) Counseling

Signs your teenager may require counselling

  • Abnormal amounts of arguing, anger or acting out

  • Changes in academic or athletic performance

  • Sexual, physical or mental abuse

  • Issues with drugs and alcohol

  • Issues with peers

  • Major changes in family life

  • Struggles connecting with loved ones

  • Increased sadness, anxiety, stress

  • Changes in sleep patterns

Our Specialites

  • ADHD

  • OCD

  • Learning Difficulties

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Executive Functioning Difficulties

  • Bullying

  • Self-Esteem

  • Body Image and Eating Disorders

  • Defiant Behaviors

  • Peer-Pressure and Competition

Our Approach

We start by focusing on building a strong relationship with your teen to help them feel comfortable and increase their willingness to share and participate in therapy. We use a unique and engaging teaching style to help your teen explore their core values and support them in creating goals to address areas in their life where they are struggling.

For Children/Teen Counselling - the primary client(s) should be the child. All first appointments for child/teen counselling are with parent(s) only. Speak with your therapist if you wish to change this arrangement

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