Therapists for Teens in East English Village, Detroit, MI

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Photo of Talysha Nicole Oldham, Limited Licensed Psychologist in East English Village, Detroit, MI
Talysha Nicole Oldham
Limited Licensed Psychologist, BA
Verified
I want to help clients whom are receptive to growth. My hope is to create mutual respect with clients and provide a safe time and space for clients to effectively evaluate issues. My assistance is offered to those whom are attempting to improve their overall quality of life and are willing to do the work to change. Now is the time.
(313) 209-8637 
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East English Village
Detroit, MI 48224
Offers online therapy
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Kymaletha Brown
Licensed Professional Counselor, LLPC
Verified
I specialize in finding peace within the storm. Pushing pass pain to prosper. Helping you develop skills, coping mechanisms& positive affirmations to live your life in abundance. As we travel through the dimensions of your life to help you identify triggers, strengths and weakness you will leave my office with a better understanding of SELF! My primary focus is to get YOU to understand YOU! I offer you insight and theraputic perscpetives to see life through your view with more clarity.
(313) 251-5045 
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East English Village
Detroit, MI 48224
Offers online therapy

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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 East English Village, Detroit and addressing a disorder early on can help ensure the best possible outcome.