Teenagers and young adults need professional help and support, now more than ever. 

With the world changing rapidly around us, many people are experiencing more and more pressure to keep up. Everyone seems to be constantly on the go, trying to get more done in less time, and have increasing expectations thrust upon them, which can lead to a whole host of issues – especially for teenagers and young adults. 

Problems that teenagers and young adults face. 

Did you know that the human brain doesn’t reach maturity until up to age 25? Well, now you do! 
 
The flood of hormones and chemicals, on top of the pressures that go along with needing to ‘fit in’ and make something of themselves, can cause issues for teenagers and young adults that those who are older may not fully understand. 
 
A recent stufy by the YMCA shows that a staggering 62% of British 16-year-olds reported that they felt heightened expectations surrounding their appearance, and that this was due to social media. 
 
With more and more of the lives of young people being centred around social media, and the pressure that they can feel from school, entering the workplace and life in general, there are an increasing number who are suffering in silence. 
 
Some common problems that they encounter (and that we can help with) include: 
Bullying 
Social media pressures 
Juggling school and work 
Exam pressure 
Conflict in relationships 
Dating 
Transition from school life to work life 
Domestic problems 
Selecting a career and finding the first job 
Money worries 
Drug or alcohol abuse 

Common indicators that it's time to talk to someone 

Teenagers and young adults who are struggling to deal with the problems they're facing can display a range of indicators that everything’s not quite okay, including: 
Volatile moods 
Aggressive or violent behaviour 
Insomnia 
Inability to cope with everyday life, such as work or school 
Poor personal hygiene 
Personality changes 
Changes in eating habits 
Depression and anxiety 
Substance or alcohol abuse 
 
The above obviously isn’t an exhaustive list. There are many more indicators that a young adult may be struggling. 

How we help 

Whether you’re a teenager or a young adult yourself, or are worried about your child, solutions such as counselling, hypnotherapy or wellbeing coaching are a great way to help address emotional distress. 
 
At the Wellbeing Centre London, our experts are fully trained to spot the signs and are dedicated to helping young people of 16+. 
 
The expert services we offer for teenagers and young adults are very similar to those used for older adults, but with subtle differences in technique. 
 
Tailored to the psychology and stresses of young people, and carried out by qualified, dedicated professionals, our therapies are specifically designed to help you or your child through difficult times. 
 
At the Wellbeing Centre London, our therapists provide a safe, judgement-free environment where you can recognise your strengths and weaknesses, learn to trust yourself, gain confidence and improve your ability to cope with the pressures of life, turning negatives into positives and giving you the tools you need to overcome hurdles you face. 
 
In order to help you, we have a range of specialised services specifically for those aged 16+, including: 
Psychotherapy and Counselling services 
Wellbeing coaching 
Hypnotherapy 
 
Our range of therapies and counselling services offer: 
Specialised professionals who are experts at dealing with teenagers and young people 
A warm environment for an open and honest conversation so you can talk through and resolve the problems you are facing 
A place to vent and process emotions 
Tools to help you feel more in control of your life 

Wellbeing Centre London Practitioners who can help Teenagers & Young Adults 

Ali Gill Counsellor & Psychotherapist 

Calum Moulder Counsellor & CBT Therapist 

Peggy Moylan Wellbeing Coach 

If you would like to find out more about how we can help Teenagers & Young Adults, simply contact us to arrange a Free initial 15-minute consultation. 

We will recommend a therapy that will suit you and a trusted, professional therapist or counsellor to work with you, constructing a bespoke treatment package designed to help you achieve your goals. 
 
Fees for private therapy and counselling range from £70–£140. The sessions last between 50-90 minutes. 
 
Take a positive step toward a happier you, today. 
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