Even before the pandemic, being a teenager was tough. Between working out their identity, forming relationships with others, and juggling school, work, and hobbies, teens have a lot on their plates as it is. Add a global pandemic on top of all of that, and it isn’t hard to see why teens have been struggling more than ever. Between increased feelings of isolation, anxiety, and Covid-driven changes in our interactions with others, 38% of Gen Z have said that their mental health has gotten worse since the pandemic started. If you’re a teenager, or if you have a teen who is struggling, here are some ways that therapy can help.
Healthy Coping During COVID
A Conversation Between Caleb Birkhoff, LMFT, and Laurel Roberts-Meese, LMFT
Laurel Therapy Collective
offers online therapy to California residents for anxiety, transitions, and trauma.