Emerging Adults

The path to adulthood is marked by growth and excitement, as well as stress, anxiety, and uncertainty. Therapy during this stage of development can help you cope with stress, adjust to new responsibilities, develop confidence, and define your personal identity.

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Emerging adults, also referred to as Transitional aged youth (TAY) are college or graduate students, or someone in their early twenties to thirties. Emerging adulthood is a time of possibilities, exploration, and excitement. It can also be a time of instability, uncertainty, and stress. If you feel in-between adolescence and being a full-fledged adult, you are most likely faced with many unique challenges

Therapy Changes therapists are skilled and experienced in working with individuals during this stage of development. We will help you navigate through change, focus on what is most important to you, and find balance in your life.

Therapy for emerging adults at Therapy Changes is helpful to address a variety of concerns including anxiety, stress, depression, and trauma. Your Therapy Changes therapist can help you:

  • Adjust to new social roles and responsibilities
  • Cope with changes in family dynamics and peer supports
  • Develop personal identity
  • Explore aspects of sexuality and gender identity
  • Clarify one’s personal values
  • Practice better self-care and establish healthy boundaries
  • Heal through a breakup
  • Process trauma and manage symptoms of post-traumatic stress
  • Build self-esteem and feel more confident
  • Manage conflict and improve communication skills
  • Explore career options or refine your career path
  • Improve academic performance

Therapy Changes is centrally located in Mission Valley. Our team offers flexible appointment times and convenient online scheduling. At Therapy Changes, we value your independence and will always treat you with respect.

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If you’re ready to get started, fill out the form below and our team will reach out shortly. If you have questions or concerns you’d like to discuss, please give us a call at (619) 275-2286 or visit our Contact page.

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