Being a parent of a teenager is no easy task. You thought raising a child was hard, but now you have an adolescent on your hands. The transition into adolescence can be a confusing time for many. Teens often experience the pressure of societal norms and expectations, while finding their own unique identity. They are bombarded from messages by celebrities, and social media, while being confronted with hormonal changes, body image, and other pressures.
As a parent, maybe you are concerned that your teenager is connecting with the “wrong crowd” or being exposed to situations by peers or social media. You might be wondering how to connect with them as you begin to feel a change in your relationship. You notice them wanting more space, or time alone, or with their friends.
How We Can Help
At Mind Works, we understand the challenges that the adolescent period brings, and we are here to support you. We want you to feel that your teenager can have a safe place to talk about normal and developmental changes they are experiencing. We want to be able to help your teen gain the tools needed to navigate their changing world, while also being able to provide them with life skills necessary for their future.
To schedule an appointment with one of our counselors please contact our office at (210) 366-3700. We look forward to hearing from you.