• Teenagers develop social skills and coping mechanisms as they grow to live healthy and happy lives.
  • Teenage is the most crucial stage of life, where the teens grow out of childhood, becoming slightly more independent, trying to form identities by trying out new roles and behaviors.
  • Puberty occurs at this change brings many physical and emotional changes in a teen’s life affecting the parent-teen relationship; emotional highs and lows are there, sometimes boundaries are not followed and rebellious outbursts emerge
  • Every child responds differently to different situations. Some events that impact a teenager’s mental health may be food and eating issues, bullying, teacher bias or favoritism, parental neglect, death of a loved one, parental relationships, low self-esteem, sibling rivalry, etc.
  • If these are not addressed timely, they may result in adverse effects on the teenager’s mental health.
  • Our trained and experienced therapists tackle these in a very sophisticated manner thus solving minor issues that may become major or critical mental health issues.
  • Teen Therapy is highly advised to help the teens deal with their issues efficaciously.