COVID-19 Update:

Our counselors are here to support teens during this difficult time through the use of phone and video conferencing technology.  Most teens already regularly use some form of this with their family and friends and are able to smoothly transition to counseling at a distance.  Prior to beginning, counselors will talk with parents to discuss distance counseling options and which option would fit best with their teen and family.  We’re here to help your family navigate through this time.


Teens have a lot on their plates these days.  Whether it’s stresses at school, pressure from friends, changes at home, or figuring out who they are, they have a lot to deal with.  Sometimes they need an outlet through which to express themselves, and that is what counseling provides – a safe, non-judgmental place to share and work through their problems.

Counseling allows teens to process their feelings in a way in which both teens and parents are comfortable.  By partnering with the parents, our counselors work not only to help teens become more emotionally healthy, but also to help parents and teens better understand and relate to each other.

Counseling can address:

  • Self-esteem
  • Identity
  • Depression/Anxiety
  • Trauma/Loss
  • Acting-out
  • Peer conflict
  • Family conflict and relationship issues
  • Divorce