Anxiety can show up in many different ways, including worry, restlessness, difficulty sleeping, avoiding people or situations that cause anxiety, and physical symptoms such as headaches, muscle tension, stomachaches, and fatigue. Many adolescents and young adults struggle with anxiety, especially in social situations, during tests, at school, or in other performance situations.
Does your teen need help with anxiety? Our team of trained mental health professionals is here to help.
When we’re overwhelmed by emotions, we’re usually not our best selves. We may blow up, say hurtful things or burst into tears. But what if we had a tool we could use to turn down the temperature at those times? Psychologist Marc Brackett has a helpful strategy.
As a teenager, Megan suffered from chronic anxiety. In this talk, Megan shares her excruciating experiences in high school and how she learned to control these episodes.
About one in four teens suffers from mild to serious problems with anxiety, and many of them get little or no help. This workbook, written by an experienced therapist, gives teens a collection of tools to help control anxiety and face day-to-day challenges.
UpLift provides evidence-based assessment and treatment of anxiety for adolescents and young adults. Using a predominantly cognitive-behavioral approach, our trained clinicians help individuals develop relaxation and stress management skills to reduce anxiety. They offer step-by-step approaches to regain confidence in anxiety-provoking situations. Live video-therapy sessions are paired with app-based skills practice, and progress is tracked regularly using validated assessments.