Has your teen or adolescent struggled with anxiety, low self-esteem, depression or body issues? Is he or she exhibiting unusual behavior, such as social withdrawal or unprovoked aggression? These are just some of the many reasons parents reach out to us about teen counseling. Teens face tremendous pressure in the modern world because of technology, social media, and unrealistic expectations. Our Naperville teen counseling team of teen counselors and teen therapists can help your teen overcome these obstacles so they can grow up in a healthy and fulfilling manner. To learn more about Naperville teen counseling services, our Naperville teen counselor team or to schedule an appointment for your teen, contact us today.
Additionally, believe it or not, the brain sees the most development outside the first three years of life from ages 11-24! This means that the rapid rate of growth, habit-forming, and decision-making skills are all being primed for adulthood right here and now. Combined with changing hormones, friends and life in general, pre-teen and teen years can be a struggle. Not knowing where you fit in either as a teen or a parent is a really common feeling at this age. It’s also the age in which many signs of mental un-wellness start to surface. And, an age where child or teen counseling could be considered.
At Grow Wellness Group, we welcome you and your teen to get connected in a space that’s warm, inviting, comfortable and compassionate. Whether you’re struggling with parenting a pre-teen or teen or have a child that is struggling either outwardly or inwardly, it can be incredibly helpful to know there’s someone to talk to.
Our child & teen therapists work with pre-teens and teens in the areas of: depression, anxiety, trauma, loss, divorce & blended families, loneliness, low self-esteem and confidence building, impulse-control, navigating friendships and relationships, autism, issues with body image and/or eating disorders, along with helping them identify emotions and what to do with them (both the good and the not-so-good), learn mindfulness, self-compassion authenticity and more.