Counseling that targets shifts in relationships with parents, managing school or career stress, navigating romantic relationships, self-discovery related to values and identity, and mental health concerns.
Young adulthood is a time of immense transition. You may be navigating changes in your relationships with parents and family, losing and making friends, and entering, maintaining, or leaving romantic relationships. At the same time, you may be overwhelmed with school or career pressures or dealing with mental health concerns such as anxiety, depression, or past trauma. And as if that weren’t enough, you may also be in an exciting but exhausting process of understanding, revising, or establishing personal values and identity.
Having a safe place to process all of these transitions can make a huge difference in your mental and emotional health during this period of your life. Establishing interpersonal boundaries, developing healthy rhythms, and forming meaningful relationships are crucial right now. You are suddenly free to make choices about who you want to be and the life you want to live, but that freedom can bring anxiety or confusion with it. Therapy can be a wonderful place to discuss all these topics and more.