Stress is part of everyone’s almost daily life. If your teenager is experiencing stress, it simply means that the demands of the current situation are not matching what he/she is reasonably able to handle at this time.
The two responses to stress are “flight” or “fight”. If your teenager is battling you at every turn, then they may be in “fight” mode. If your teen is withdrawn and isolating themselves, they may be in “flight” mode. Although stress is normal, chronic stress can result in cognitive impairment such as memory loss, poor concentration and focus and medical conditions such as high blood pressure, heart attack, and stroke. Your teens academic performance may begin to suffer and the tension at home may be causing you to feel like you are “walking on eggshells.”
If you are looking for some help for your teenager with stress management, you have come to the right place. We will work with you and your teen to develop an individualized stress management plan and will teach them specific highly-effective techniques to reduce their stress. All of our strategies are based on research from top universities and medical centers. They will feel better and you will know that you are doing everything possible to help your teenager during this difficult time. The skills they learn now will be with them into adulthood.