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Counselling for Teens

We understand that being a teenager is hard. From school assignments, to friendship melodramas, to clingy boyfriends or girlfriends and parents nagging you about your future, it can be difficult to find time in your own space to think and reflect on the things that are important to you. But you are not alone!

Although it may appear as though your friends and the other kids at school have it all put together that is simply not the case. We see lots of teens for lots of reasons and we know what we are talking about.
Counselling is a great opportunity to confide in someone about issues of concern without fear of being judged or criticized.

We’re here as a voice to listen to any concerns you have in order help you find the resources within yourself to make for a better future!

    Is Counselling Right for Me?

    If you are wondering if youth counselling is something that can help you, here are some questions to ask yourself:

    • Do you ever have really strong feelings you don’t know what to do with? Sadness, frustration, loneliness, anger, anxiety or guilt?
    • Is it hard to talk about these feelings with your friends or family?
    • Have you been having major problems at home, at school, at work or in your neighborhood?
    • Are you sleeping or eating more or less than usual?
    • Have you lost enjoyment from things that you used to like to do?
    • Do you find that these thoughts and feelings have been having a bad effect on your grades at school, your friendships or the relationship you have with your family?