Adolescent and Family therapy In Humble, TX
There are many reasons teens and families turn to our practice here in Humble, TX. When some problems and behaviors impact an adolescent’s health and wellbeing, our therapists can evaluate family dynamics to determine effective psychotherapy approaches to help modify behaviors, resolve conflict and improve every individual’s life.
Types of Adolescent and Family Therapy
Whether you’re coming into our practice as a family or your teen is looking for individualized therapy, we offer a variety of different counseling types. We offer everything from family and group therapy options to dialectical behavior therapy and cognitive-behavioral therapy. These help teens cope with mental health issues, as well as negative emotions and behaviors. It also pinpoints harmful behaviors and provides them with effective solutions to prevent bad patterns and habits from repeating.
Turning to Behavioral Solutions of Texas
Our therapists have extensive experience working with teens and understand the unique needs they require when it comes to therapy. We provide a safe, warming, and welcoming environment for every member of your family. We are happy to schedule an initial consultation with our team of counselors to see if we are a great fit for your teen. We understand that finding the right therapist for you, your family, or your teen is a very personal choice, and we want to make sure that we are the right match for you and your teen’s needs.
Could My Teen Benefit from Therapy?
Therapy can provide teens with a supportive environment in which to share their feelings and the issues they are dealing with. Teens may not want to talk to family members about certain issues they are having, and therapy can provide them with a therapeutic outlet to discuss a variety of problems. Therapy can also promote better mental health and wellbeing in a teen. Of course, your teen may particularly benefit from therapy if they are dealing with:
- Behavioral disorders and issues
- Chronic health problems
- Mood disorders
- Personality changes
- Sexual orientation
- Eating disorders
- Self-esteem issues
- Substance abuse and addiction
- Relationship issues