Teen Counseling

Teen Counseling

Teen depression and anxiety is the most common mental health disorder among teens. Depression affects nearly one in eight teenagers and anxiety affects nearly one in three teens each year. If left untreated these teen mental health disorders can have serious developmental and life consequences. 

Teenage is a time of transition and if anxiety or depression is affecting your teen’s school, their relationship with peers and/or family members counseling provides a space for them to discover how to help themselves. They learn the difference between positive and negative emotional reactions and how to incorporate positive self-worth, self-image, and self-esteem into their life coping skills. Incorporating counseling into the management of your adolescent’s mental health care is a positive way for you to help them develop into healthy, happy productive adults.

Don’t ignore extreme emotional behavior or negative chaotic thinking from your teen. They will not grow out of it without help. Teenage is the time when your child will develop into a productive or struggling adult. We want your teen to have the skills that foster positive growth. Where they know their responsibilities and can complete them. Where they know the right choices and they make them. Where they are happy and successful.

Your child is the most important person in the world. If they are struggling, you struggle with them. How do you help them when they are depressed, angry, or unable to focus?  Teen counseling can be the solution and we are here for both you and them.

If your adolescent is suffering from anger, sadness, or isolation, or if they are struggling with feeling overwhelmed, or negative emotional behavior and disastrous thinking please contact us for the additional support they need.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Please click appointment request to schedule online or call (219) 213-6009.  Animal Assisted Counseling of Indiana is located in Munster, IN

To your Health and Happiness,

Dr. Juliann

Dr. Juliann Steinbeigle, LMHC, LCPC