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Therapy for Young Adults
in Marietta and Roswell

Your journey as a young adult is unique, and we're here to support you every step of the way. Our therapy for young adults focuses on addressing the unique challenges and transitions faced by individuals in this critical stage of life.

Marietta Anxiety Therapist Young Adults

Therapy for Young Adults with Anxiety and Depression

Therapy for young adults can be a critical resource in helping you manage the challenges associated with this difficult stage of life. Life can be a roller coaster of emotions, especially for young adults. Navigating through this transformative period, you may find yourself struggling with self-doubt, anxiety, loneliness, or overwhelming stress. Issues may arise as you declare more independence from your family, begin your career, navigate dating relationships or start a family.

As young adults face distinct challenges, our professional therapy services provide a safe and supportive space to explore these issues and work towards a healthier, more fulfilling life.

Through evidence-based techniques and personalized approaches, we aim to help you gain insight into your emotions, thoughts, and behaviors. Our goal is to equip you with the tools and skills needed to navigate life's uncertainties with confidence.

Therapy That Addresses The Needs of Young Adults

Our skilled therapists offer a fresh perspective to help you gain insight into yourself and navigate the unique challenges of young adulthood. We are skilled in working with young adults in therapy. We aim to create an environment where you feel heard and understood, fostering a safe place for self-exploration and reflection.

In this inviting space, you can unravel complex emotions, identify patterns that may be holding you back, and learn to embrace your emotions rather than suppressing them.

Challenges Addressed in Therapy for Young Adults

Our therapists specialize in addressing a wide range of issues that young adults commonly encounter. We'll match you with a therapist who understands the nuances of young adult experiences. Common therapy topics for young adults:

Imagine a life where you…

  • Embrace your unique identity and journey (without comparing yourself to others)
  • Navigate academic and career challenges with resilience
  • Build meaningful and supportive relationships
  • Boost your self-confidence and feel confident in your capabilities
  • Experience more fulfillment and purpose in your young adult years
  • Understand why you feel the way you do
  • Work through relationship challenges, end relationships that aren't serving you, and navigate relationships with confidence

Ready to become a happier and more fulfilled you?

We offer in-person counseling for young adults in Marietta and Roswell as well as online therapy throughout Atlanta and Georgia.

Frequently Asked Questions About Anxiety Treatment for Young Adults

Got questions? We've got answers. Check out our FAQ to discover our most commonly asked questions before getting started.

Yes! Our team is trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and can use CBT when working with young adults in therapy. 

Yes! If you are looking for a therapist for young adults with anxiety and depression, we can certainly help. Our therapists are trained to assist young adults in coping with a wide range of issues. We specialize in helping young adults cope with issues such as anxiety, depression, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Health Anxiety, Social Anxiety, Trauma, Disordered Eating, Body Image Issues, and more.

It's quite common to feel nervous about starting therapy. Sometimes, people also feel excited to begin therapy, and nervousness and excitement can feel very similar. When starting therapy, it's likely that you'll feel more comfortable with your therapist the more you meet with them. Your therapist won't judge you and will be understanding and empathetic. Over time, you'll likely find that your nervousness fades away as your therapist begins to help you and you start to trust them.

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