Therapy for Teens

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy For Teens

Miami Hypnosis and Therapy offers cognitive behavioral therapy for teens, including treating teenage depression. Adolescents have unique needs from that of adults, and we recognize the special care and mindfulness which must be curated specifically to each individual teen seeking help.

While there are numerous types of therapy for individuals, cognitive behavioral therapy for teens can be highly effective in treating teenage depression, anxiety, stress, sleep issues, trauma, working through familial challenges, and more.

At Miami Hypnosis and Therapy, clients receive personalized counseling and treatment no matter their age. Our principal practitioner, Anna Marchenko, LMHC, M.A., and Ed.M. completed her undergraduate degree at NYU and holds dual Masters degrees from Columbia University.

Cognitive-behavioral therapy for teens, or CBT, is a short-term type of therapy that has been shown to help people find new and different ways to behave and react in situations by changing their own thought patterns. Utilizing cognitive behavioral therapy. has been shown to be effective in reducing stress, coping with challenges in day-to-day life, in relationships, dealing with grief, and many other challenges that individuals face

Learn more about cognitive behavior therapy for teens at Miami Hypnosis and Therapy.

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