Counseling helps teens manage intensifying social, emotional, and academic pressures.

Teens often display a dramatic change in behavior with the onset of adolescence. They are beginning to separate from their parents and become more independent. In doing so, they compare themselves to their peers and prioritize “fitting in.” Their friend’s opinions matter most. As they experiment with different identities, parents and guardians are often left wondering, “What happened to my kid?”

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Connecting your teen with a Thrive specialist will give them a safe space to navigate this complicated stage of life and help them discover their true selves and make healthy choices.

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Tips & Tricks for Staying Organized in High School

Is your student struggling with time management, focus, and organization? We can help.

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Confess Your Stress

Teens often respond to stress by isolating or numbing out with screens or substances—coping mechanisms with severe downsides.

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Bye, Bye Baby.

Dear Teary-Eyed Parents of Teenagers: Remember when your child’s tiny fingers would reach for your arm? Then hand-in-hand the two […]

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