If you think your teen needs counseling, we are here for you. There are many types of therapy that can be effective for adolescents, including cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, and others. At Rowlett Christian Counseling, we have several counselors who have specific experience working with teens, who are also licensed and credentialed.
Depending on your unique concerns, you may also want to look for a therapist who specializes in trauma, eating disorders or substance abuse. These categories can all benefit from the skilled care that an experienced mental health provider can give.
At Rowlett Christian Counseling, we know that the idea of counseling for your teen can feel daunting, or like you have let your child down. Be assured that seeking care for a teen who’s struggling is the best thing you can do for them as a parent. We are here to help and would love to talk to you about any questions you may have.
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