During adolescence, there are changes that sometimes not peacefully experienced. Changes due to hormonal shifts and the search for personal identity and acceptance by the peer group are quite evident at this stage of both physical and psychological growth. During adolescence, young people often feel uncertainty and fear regarding various domains of life, emotional and physical, and regarding demands and expectations of their caregivers and adolescent peers.
How Can Adolescent psychotherapy help?
The goal of adolescent psychotherapy is to provide a safe, trustworthy and facilitative environment in order to improve the teenager’s relationship with family and peers, the quality of school involvement, and the course of personal identity. Psychotherapy uses techniques such as videos, movies, series, characters, songs, bands and favourite games of the adolescent.