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Teen & Young Adults

College Students

Therapy can support your teen through a variety of things, such as self-discovery, stress, life events, or mental health issues.

Sometimes, even just a few therapy sessions can make a big difference to your teen’s overall well-being. Common reasons and conditions for which teens attend counseling include:1


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Types of counselling we offer:
  • Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT): Often used for teens with anxiety, depression, or trauma, a therapist specializing in CBT will help your teen identify harmful thought patterns and replace them with more positive ones.

  • Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT): DBT will help your teen take responsibility for and find healthier ways of coping with conflict and intense emotions. DBT is often used for teens who engage in self-harm, who are suicidal, and/or teens with borderline personality disorder (BPD).

  • Family therapy: Family therapy includes one or more members of the family, including parents, grandparents, and siblings. The goal of this type of therapy is to improve communication and support among family members.

  • Group therapy: In group therapy, multiple patients are led by a therapist. This approach can improve your teen's social skills and help them learn how other teens constructively cope with mental health issues.

  • Interpersonal therapy (IPT): Commonly used for people with depression, IPT focuses on a person's relationships, addressing relationship problems and how interpersonal events affect emotions.

  • Mentalization based therapy (MBT): MBT helps children and teens who are struggling with their identity and with who they are.

  • Supportive therapy: Supportive therapy helps teens address and cope with problems in a healthy way as well as improve their self-esteem.

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