Young Adult Therapy
Child and Adolescent Psychotherapists work with young adults up to the age of 26. Work can take place face to face or online - or where useful, such as when time is spent at university, through a mixture of face to face and online.
Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy can be helpful for most emotional, psychological, social or developmental difficulties. Young adulthood can be a particularly challenging time, full of difficult decisions, choices and major life transitions.
Psychotherapy can be particularly helpful with complex persistent difficulties. Such difficulties might include: trauma, abuse, anxiety, depression, suicidal ideation, gender dysphoria, OCD, ADHD, bereavement, family and relationship problems, and body based issues such as tics, insomnia, self harm or eating disorders.
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