“I think she is growing up, and so begins to dream dreams, and have hopes and fears and fidgets, without knowing why or being able to explain them.”
– Louisa May Alcott

Across the lifespan, we are always learning, developing and changing. However for young persons, adolescents and those in early adulthood change and uncertainty can feel like the only constant. In Early childhood and preadolescence, our clients (ages 7-11) are learning how to improve thinking skills and want to build more confidence in themselves and their abilities. In these clients, behavior often communicates what cannot yet be shared in words. Our adolescent clients (12-18) are often working toward their independence and identity outside of the family system. Exploration of self, establishing boundaries and social belonging becomes important to them as these clients are exploring their role in the world ahead. Our clients in emerging adulthood (18-25) and early adulthood are often exploring intimacy, shifting priorities and how they can balance their own internal expectations and external ones as they take on new roles. Our work together can take us on a journey to explore decision-making, couples therapy, communication skills and perhaps understanding the inner child. At New Day Vitality, we believe that the client-therapist relationship is the greatest asset we have so we will work with you to understand your needs, worldview, and aspirations to chart a goal-directed path forward. Contact us for a consultation today.