For most teenagers in an ethnic minority group, issues around one’s race and ethnicity are important aspects to consider in teen therapy. When all parts of a teen’s identity are acknowledged in a safe space, it can make their mental health journey feel less daunting.
When looking back at how you grew up, did it ever cross your mind that your childhood wasn’t normal? Do you recall looking out for your siblings as if you were their parent? What about making sure you did everything you were told to do,
You’ve likely heard about Eye-Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) as a therapy treatment. Furthermore, it is also likely that you’ve heard about it as a treatment. This includes post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and other trauma-related disorders. What is less likely is that you have heard about
Do you feel jumpy, disconnected, or like you are walking around in a daze? Suffer from flashbacks or nightmares of stressful events? Do you avoid situations or reminders of the traumatic event? You may have experienced some sort of trauma. What’s Considered Trauma? Trauma appears
Life can be too much sometimes. There were no problems handling the first obstacle to land in your path, or the second, or even the third. But the fourth? The fifth? It can become overwhelming and feel like you can never catch a break. You
In this day in age, much of what we do is done online. Likewise, if your teen is in need of support, they can find it online as well! In fact, connecting via online therapy for teens offers a range of benefits. Not only are
Do you think you may have a highly sensitive teen? When children are sensitive, we may see it as a developmental stage. As they grow, parents may realize their teenager is more sensitive to inner and external stimuli (e.g., light, noise, pain). Sensitive teens may