EMERGING ADULTS WHO ARE COLLEGE STUDENTS OR YOUNG PROFESSIONALS

We specialize in working with young adults 17-29. These young adults have needs related to moving from adolescence to adulthood. Needs revolve around the life changes and choices that they are making during this time of their life such as the move from high school to college, the work world and/or living away from parents.

Within the Emerging Adult Transition, we also specialize in meeting the needs of specific populations within the Emerging Adult population. In addition to the transitions listed above, the populations below have specific unique needs in moving to adulthood which we focus on as well.

EMERGING ADULTS WITH DEPRESSIVE DISORDERS

Depressive Disorders are commonly seen in many Emerging Adults. Focusing on treatment strategies that are effective emerging adults. If you experience motivational, affective, and behavioral effects of Major Depression, Bipolar Depression, Panic Disorder or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and other depressive disorder, I understand the havoc they can play on your goals for the future. to help the young adult better understand these conditions as well as how to reduce the effects of the symptoms on developing with maturing into adulthood. In cases where counseling and interpersonal and cognitive behavioral therapies ore insufficient we connect clients to providers to explore medication evaluation.

EMERGING ADULTS WITH ANXIETY RELATED CONDITIONS

Anxiety Disorders and related conditions are the most commonly seen disorders seen in Emerging Adults. Often seen along with Depressive disorders. Emerging Adult Counseling can help you better understand and cope with the interaction of these two conditions. Through therapy you can learn strategies to reduce your anxiety and explore different ways of thinking about things that can help to reduce or eliminate your anxiety.

PARENTS AND FAMILIES OF EMERGING ADULTS

If your son or daughter is an Emerging Adult, you may realize that your relationship is different now. We can help you look at creating communication and systems that work best for the changes your family is experiencing.

Depression help for Emerging Adults

DID YOU FIND THAT TURNING 18 DIDN’T AUTOMATICALLY MAKE YOU PREPARED FOR THE CHALLNEGES OF ADULTHOOD – OR ADULTING AS IT’S SOMETIMES CALLED?

Sure, you know the basics required to make it through school, but the real world is a whole new thing! Where do you get support for that?