“Storm and stress” may come up in the teen years. This article clarifies how common “storm and stress” is, what it means for your teen, and how families can support.
Moving away from home for the first time can bring lots of emotions and big changes. Check out our article on what to expect and tips for moving away from home.
Teens can sometimes show signs of narcissism, but when does self-focus become extreme? We explore signs of potential narcissistic personality disorder in teens.
We define what healthy boundaries look like in teen friendships, how to set new boundaries, how therapy can help, and when boundaries may not be enough in a friendship.
Joon psychologists help you understand what verbal bullying is, why it happens, and what to do if you are a victim or verbal bully, for both parents and teens.
Learn what Radical Acceptance is, how to practice it, when to use it, and how acceptance can lead to more peace in a distressing world.
Understanding development during late adolescence is key in learning, how to parent effectively and remain connected with your unique child during this stage.
Learn how therapy benefits teens and young adults, find answers to common questions about therapy, and why Joon offers specialized therapy for this age group.
We help define the adolescent years from 10 to 24, what to expect from each stage, and how to confidently bond with your ever-changing child.
A parent’s guide to understanding the teen transition and how to repair trust and communication when you feel like your teen hates you.
Is this normal or “more than moody?” This article will help you learn when extreme moods could mean teenage borderline personality disorder.
Speaking about mental health challenges with parents can be a difficult task. Here are common roadblocks you may face and ways to address them.
It's not always easy to speak with our parents about mental health and therapy. Here are three steps to help set up the conversation for success.
Clinical psychologist, Katey Nicolai PhD, answers mental health questions about low self-esteem, self-doubt, body dysmorphia, and speaking to a therapist.
Clinical psychologist answers common mental health questions about finding the right therapist, supporting others, and coping with a diagnosis.
Resilience should be a universal goal for parenting. Here is our step-by-step guide for raising resilient teenagers who can easily adjust to stress and recover from challenges.
Clinical psychologist, Katey Nicolai PhD, answers common mental health questions about depression, seasonal depression, public anxiety and trouble sleeping.
Being a confidante can be one of the most rewarding parts of friendship. Yet at times, it can feel like a pretty big job. This is when you need to get outside help.
All therapists have had referral calls like, 'How can I get my teen daughter into therapy? She says she won't go!' Here are tips for talking to your child about therapy.
Licensed psychologists and college students discuss mental health strategies for college. Listen to the discussion here.