Young Adult Therapy

One of the greatest dreams of a teenager is graduating from high school and getting to move away from home.  Once out of high school, opportunities often provide for great fun, learning, new relationships, and more independence.  While the years between high school and turning thirty can be wonderful days in life, they are also filled with tremendous challenges.  The common questions that must be dealt with in these years are:

  • What am I good at?

  • What kind of career do I want?

  • What are my values?

  • Who am I?

  • Who do I choose to be?

  • What am I passionate about?

  • What kind of people am I attracted to?

  • What are healthy dating boundaries?

  • Do I want to marry and/or am I ready to marry?

  • Am I ready for children?

  • How do I deal with parents who are still trying to manage my life?

  • What do I believe about God? 

  • Do I still believe the same things I did as a youth?


In todays world, young adults are often more comfortable with counseling than their parents were and many are seeking counseling to assist them through challenging or treacherous times.  Other young adults were forced to go to counseling as children and did not find that to be helpful and it was sometimes unsafe.  Seeking out counseling when it is your own decision should be a safe, helpful and rewarding experience.  If it is not, then it is important to address these issues with your therapist, or seek a new therapist.  If you are looking for a safe and therapeutic environment in which you can find answers at a challenging time in your life call us 903-593-9141 with questions or to discuss an appointment.

218 North College Ave, Tyler, TX 75702    

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