Adolescent Counseling

Adolescent Counseling

Children and Adolescents face difficulties in interpersonal and intrapersonal relationships.
The therapist will provide comprehensive, strength based approaches to address some of the challenges that children, adolescents and their parents experience to include include:

Behavioral Difficulties

Unruly behaviors, fighting at school/home, bullying, excessive anger, not listening to adults or parent/child conflicts, drug use, teenage sex, teen pregnancies, self-injurious behaviors, substance abuse, bedwetting, etc.


In childhood and adolescence, depression can manifest with irritable moods, anger, lack of interest or participation in previously enjoyable activities or withdrawing from friends and family.


Difficulty leaving parents, excessive worries about the safety of self/others, compulsive behaviors, poor self-esteem, indecisiveness or fearfulness.


Being a past victim of abuse or neglect. Witnessing or experiencing violence can cause sadness, overwhelming anxiety and feelings of being unsafe in the world.

Grief and Loss

Dealing with a chronic illness in self or family member; death of family or friends; divorce/separation of parents or caregivers; military deployment; when a pet dies.

Relationship Issues

Having difficulty making friends, shyness, hostility, passivity or conflicts with peers, lack of empathy.

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Developmentally inappropriate impulsivity, inattention and in some cases, hyperactivity. Initial Testing available.

Length of Session

Sessions are typically 60 – 90 minutes.


Insurance covers most fees. Private Pay fees available.