Surviving your child’s transition from adolescence to adulthood can be a scary ride. Your child now has more freedom and responsibility than perhaps ever before, without necessarily having all of the tools they need to manage it. While they are learning and (hopefully) developing those skills, your child will be exposed to many new things and will try out a variety of different roles with varying degrees of success. While it is important for your child to explore this independence and autonomy, there may be times when you are especially worried about your child and wonder if counseling services could help. Though we cannot force your child to come to counseling or release information to you, the parent, without your child’s written consent, often we can work together to find solutions and resources if your child is in need. Please feel free to call our office with any questions and concerns, and we will be happy to discuss possible options for you and your child.