“Little children, headache; big children, heartache.”
Teenager: n. person in teens, one’s age from 13 to 19.
It’s easy to laugh and say “Teenagers! Nobody understands their teenage sons and daughters,” but you can and you should. Your child’s teenage years are formative ones that will affect the person they will become as an adult.
Teenagers are subject to many influences and new experiences and these are often troubling and confusing. Statistics show that girls who fail to distinguish between feelings of anxiety and hunger are at risk for eating disorders whilst boys who fail to control their impulsivity have a heightened risk of delinquency and violence.
Robyn holds teenager therapy sessions where parents learn how to teach their children emotional skills of resilience and teens learn self-acceptance and acquire the mental tools that will keep themselves from harm.
Does your child, adolescent or teenager need help with any emotional, behavioural or social challenges? Teenager counselling, teenage therapy and adolescent counselling training, courses and practice helps your child to understand, manage and overcome many different personal challenges.