Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is a great tool in challenging maladaptive thoughts and behaviors.
Eye-movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) is an integrative approach to psychotherapy that has been extensively researched since it’s emergence. It was originally created to alleviate the distress associated with the effects of traumatic events, and over the years, has been found to be helpful with many other mental health concerns. EMDR assists individuals in accessing the trauma memories and then processing them in a way that leads to an adaptive resolution.
Therapy offers powerful ways to work with the mind and body to help find relief and resolution. Skilled trauma therapists help to form new foundations of trust and support as you reclaim your body and your self.
teenagers and adolescents can benefit from therapy. Many need help dealing with school stress, violence, bullying, the loss of a relationship, or peer pressure. Others need help working through their feelings about family or social issues, particularly if there's a major transition, like a death, divorce, move, or serious illness. Therapy for teens focuses on building self-esteem and improving relationships and communication.