Woodland Hills Teen Therapy Services
If you are contemplating treatment for your teen, or your on the side of caution, contact us. Our therapists are trained to help them understand connections between thoughts, behavior, and feelings so that they can begin to feel good about themselves and reach their true potential. In order to promote the best possible outcome for their success, we weave in parent participation while maintaining confidentiality.
Our therapists are trained to treat the following:
Depression in children often starts between 13 and19 years old. If left untreated, can last into adulthood. If your they seems irritable, sad, argumentative, and withdrawn, we can help you help them, to overcome these feelings and be a happier and healthier version of themselves.
Anxiety in children is often a “normal” part of adolescence but when it becomes intense, we can help your teen calm the storm.
Behavior Problems can occur in a variety of forms during teen years, from uncooperative to self-destructive behavior that interferes with their overall well-being. We can help discover the underlying reasons that may be driving the behavior.
Substance Abuse Issues can become part of a teen’s life. When they do, Coastal Psychological Group can help assess their needs and make recommendations for an appropriate course of treatment.
School-related Issues come in all forms and shapes, and can include poor grades, bullying, challenges with friend-groups, and teacher-related problems. We can help your teen learn effective problem-solving strategies to navigate their way to success.
Low self-esteem almost always creeps into the process of growing up, but when it becomes extreme and is not addressed, it can lead to more serious problems such as academic failure and substance abuse. At Coastal Psychological Group, we can help boost your teen’s self-esteem.
We offer therapy for teenagers experiencing anxiety, depression, trauma and more from our office in Woodland Hills. Also serving Calabasas, Encino, Sherman Oaks and the surrounding areas.