Psychotherapy for Adolescents

Treatment of Adolescents

The teenage period is one of the most special stages of our development. It is the antechamber before adulthood, it is the stage that transforms you from a child into an adult. This transitional period is characterized by intra-individual conflicts, calling for the individual to manage unique challenges. During this period everything changes: not only the way we perceive the world, but also ourselves, experiencing unique emotional and physical changes.

Treatment of Adolescents - Angelos Papaloudis

What is adolescent psychotherapy?

The goal of therapy is to help adolescents better understand themselves, develop coping mechanisms to deal with dysphoric emotions and navigate the complexities of adolescence.

Who is adolescent psychotherapy for?

Adolescent psychotherapy is aimed at any adolescent who is called upon to deal with emotional or behavioural difficulties. In particular, it applies to a wide range of cases, including anxiety, depression, self-esteem issues, student anxiety, family conflict and identity exploration.

Whether the challenges are related to peer pressure and academic performance, or family relationships, adolescent therapy provides a confidential and supportive environment that will help to better manage these issues.

What are the benefits of adolescent therapy?

One of the key benefits of adolescent therapy is that it provides a safe, non-judgmental space where adolescents can openly express their thoughts and feelings. The therapist fosters a trusting relationship, allowing teens to explore their concerns without fear of criticism.

Some of the benefits of adolescent psychotherapy include:

Adolescents learn constructive mechanisms for coping with stress, anxiety and other challenges.
Addressing issues during adolescence lays the foundation for better mental health in the future.
Therapy helps to cultivate self-esteem.
It helps adolescents manage student-academic stress, improve concentration and develop effective study habits.