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Teen Therapist in Westchester, NY

Adolescence is undeniably one of the most challenging periods in life. Even more so for teens now-a-days.  With stressors such as social media, bullying, and unending social pressures, anyone might have difficulty.  Some teens can navigate this time effectively, while others may need some help.

According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, nearly one out of five teenagers has a diagnosable mental health disorder.

This period of life can have a significant impact on your child’s future. The sooner mental health issues are addressed, the greater are chances that your teen will grow into a healthy and happy adult.

How do I know if my teenager needs therapy in Westchester, NY?

  • signs of depression

  • signs of anxiety

  • angry or irritable behavior (outside of the normal teen angst)

  • social isolation or change of friends

  • struggling in school and/or at home

  • change in grades at school

  • changes in sleep patterns

  • eating problems

  • thoughts of suicide

  • self harm

  • drug use

  • significant changes in mood or behavior

How do counseling sessions for teenagers work?

Our therapists offer a safe and objective environment to help your teen feel supported and understood.  We help your teenager develop the skills needed to cope with challenges they are facing.  


Our therapists meet 1-on-1 with teens to help them communicate their feelings and struggles.


Sessions with teens are also 100% confidential, excluding any safety concerns.  This respect to the teen's autonomy helps them to open in therapy and fully benefit from the sessions. 


Sessions with parents are also helpful in understanding your teenanger's behavior.

Give us a call to find out how we can help your teen.

What to expect from Therapy for Teens in Westchester, NY

  • Developing skills for improving social life and relationships

  • Creating a relationship that helps your teen feel seen, accepted, and understood

  • Gaining a better understanding of themselves and their goals

  • Finding a resolution to the concerns that led to therapy

  • Help with managing depression, anxiety, anger, grief and other emotional issues

  • Changing challenging or frustrating behaviors

  • Improving self-confidence

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