Has your teenager started hanging out with a bad group of friends? Is your teen beginning to experiment with risky behaviors? If you are worried that your teenager is out of control or just heading down the wrong path, it may be time to reach out for help.
Teens today are under a lot of pressure from school and peers. Family crises or a traumatic event can compound the pressure. Tension can be a heavy burden on teenagers and adolescents. Stress can exacerbate underlying issues. By dealing with problems early, you can avert substance abuse or other future crises.
A teen who isn’t thriving might express themselves by acting oppositional or defiant, arguing with and disobeying parents, or participating in destructive behaviors. As a parent, you may worry about how your child is coping if he seems immune to the influence of parents and school. If your teenagers is out of control, then therapy can help.
How can I help my teenager regain a normal life?
Creating structure in your adolescent’s life, working with Dr. Geizhals, can help to restore the teen you used to know. Therapy can help your child avoid heading down the path towards alcohol and substance abuse. Your teen can find self worth, and reintegrate into your family. Therapy for your teen can help if you feel run down, hopeless, or threatened by your teen’s behavior. You can get help for your child and have a more functional family.
Paying attention to your teen’s signals can let you know when it is time for you to get help for your out of control teenager. In therapy, Dr. Judith Geizhals will create a safe space for your child to express himself while challenging him to grow.
If your teenager is argumentative, truant, on the edge, or out of control, Dr. Geizhals can help. Call now or just fill out the form and click Send.Please share this post!