Therapy for Adolescents and Young Adults
Adolescents and Young Adults
Navigating the intricate terrain of adolescence and emerging adulthood presents a distinctive set of challenges.
During this time, developmental and life transitions often leave individuals pondering how to navigate this new stage of life. Therapy serves as a safe space for obtaining support throughout these life challenges, empowering young people to traverse the world confidently in themselves and their decision-making.
The dedicated clinicians at the BTRC specialize in supporting individuals ages 13 and up as they navigate the complexities of adolescence and young adulthood. This pivotal phase encompasses the changes associated with physical, emotional, and psychological adjustments accompanying the transformative journey to adulthood.
Presenting concerns that may be addressed in therapy include:
Self-harm or suicidal ideation
How to build healthy relationships
Healing from traumatic events
Addiction/betrayal in the family system
We recognizing the importance of the family system in this journey.
Our therapists at the BTRC integrate family systems work into their approach. We understand that familial relationships are pivotal in a young person’s well-being. This inclusive approach allows us to address individual challenges and the broader family dynamics that may contribute to or alleviate the challenges faced during this season of life.
We offer personalized and confidential assistance, employing various therapeutic techniques to address the unique needs of each individual and foster a holistic approach to mental health.
Group Therapy options ...
In addition to individual therapy, the BTRC offers a support group for women who are healing from betrayal trauma. This therapist lead group provides psychoeducation and a safe space to process with other women.