Your teen has a lot going on in her life. She has a lot to think about and a lot to get accomplished. You’ve noticed though that she seems more anxious than calm, and the worries are interfering with her ability to enjoy life. Maybe she’s even talked to you about her stress.
Anxiety and stress can be debilitating, impairing your daughter’s life in many ways. It may look like:
- she seems unable to relax
- she’s not concentrating on her grades or activities like she used to
- she doesn’t fall asleep until late at night, has restless sleep, and throughout the day seems more tired that she should be
- she expects the worst to happen like getting a bad grade when she studies all the time, or expect to do poorly in her game or activity even though you know she’s fully capable
Anxiety is chatter in the background of your daughter’s mind, interfering with the best life she can have.
Your teen can find her balance, peace, and happiness.
Your teen’s stress is interfering with the coping skills she already has. I can help her to
- rediscover the strengths she may has forgotten about.
- support her to stop avoiding what makes her scared, fearful, or anxious.
- change her negative thinking that increases her anxiety.
What would her life look like if she could change “What if?” to “What could I do if…?”
Let’s talk about how I can help her live her best life.