Counselling for Teenagers
Adolescence is a unique time of change and challenge. As brain and body, school, social world and family relationships change, many forces seem to push and pull the teenager in all kinds of directions. At times these become overwhelming and confusing. It is possible to find your way through it and counselling may play an important part in supporting you as you seek to make sense of life.
Juliet worked for several years in a University context where young people’s mental health concerns were threatening to sabotage their career and personal dreams. In this context she focused on working with depression, anxiety and eating disorders, self-esteem and emotion management, self-harm, addictive tendenices and suicidal thinking, personality disorders and stress management. She also provided mental health education for staff and students.