Therapists for Teens in 94925

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Heather Chamberlain
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified
When your child or teen is having a tough time, all you want is for them to feel better. You want them to feel happier, calmer, and able to manage whatever life throws at them. You need a therapist who understands your unique child as well as the challenges you face as a parent, who can teach important skills with humor, patience, and compassion to help your child cope with big emotions now and in the future. If you are concerned that your child has a learning disability or autism, I offer assessment that focuses on their strengths and how to support them in all environments.
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Acceptance and Commitment (ACT)
(415) 462-4272 
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Office is near:
Corte Madera, CA 94925
Offers online therapy
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Maite Acedo
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified
I am deeply committed to my work as a psychotherapist. I have been working for 20 years with diverse issues and diagnoses, my specialty areas are: recovery from trauma (adult and childhood), increasing self-confidence and self-empowerment, resolving relationships struggles, overcoming chronic depression, anxiety and panic, outgrowing self-destructive behaviors, recovery from grief and loss, optimizing cognitive functions, finding strength when facing chronic/severe illnesses. I am bilingual and bi-cultural: English & Spanish. I deeply enjoy working with clients from all cultural backgrounds and LGBTQN community.
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Acceptance and Commitment (ACT)
(415) 786-7296 
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Corte Madera, CA 94925
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Teen Therapists
Adolescence can be a time of both disorientation and discovery. The transitional period can raise questions of independence and identity; as adolescents cultivate their sense of self, they may face difficult choices about academics, friendship, sexuality, gender identity, drugs, and alcohol.

Most teens have a relatively egocentric perspective on life; a state of mind that usually abates with age. They often focus on themselves and believe that everyone else—from a best friend to a distant crush—is focused on them too. They may grapple with insecurities and feelings of being judged. Relationships with family members often take a backseat to peer groups, romantic interests, and appearance, which teens perceive as increasingly important during this time.

The transition can naturally lead to anxiety about physical development, evolving relationships with others, and one's place in the larger world. Mild anxiety and other challenges are typical, but serious mental health conditions also emerge during adolescence. Finding a teen therapist in 94925 and addressing a disorder early on can help ensure the best possible outcome.