Knowing how to help your teenager can be really difficult. Between social media, peer relationships and family changes, teenagers face a unique set of emotional challenges. I can help. I have extensive experience working with teens whose behaviors range from occasional sadness and poor academic performance to daily acting out. I treat teenagers with the same respect and confidentiality as my adult clients. I use a cognitive behavioral approach with a focus on improved awareness, communication and impulse control. 


If you think your son or daughter could benefit from speaking with a mental health professional, please reach out to me using the contact for below. I look forward to hearing from you!

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