The traditional markers of entering adulthood are changing. Emerging adults, or Transitional aged youth (TAY), are now pursuing longer and more widespread education, entering marriage and parenthood later, and experiencing a longer transition to stable work. Individuals in this stage of development are adapting to their new roles and responsibilities, changes in family dynamics and social supports, and defining their values
Therapy Changes Psychologists understand the unique challenges facing emerging adults and know what it feels like to be “in-between” adolescence and adulthood. Therapy Changes therapists provide a safe place for emerging adults in therapy to explore aspects of themselves and clarify what’s most important to them.
You and your therapist will work together to: