Teenagers sometimes reveal their internal and external conflicts in the family, at school and in their social networks: they may go out until late, act rebellious, speak defiantly. They don’t know how to organize their duties or their own space. Sometimes they are upset, have difficulties speaking their mind and have communication issues. Many could present problems of conduct, attention, personality, anxiety, etc.
Our mindfulness is directed to listen to the teenager, what they believe about themselves and their environment. This allows us to approach their emotions and thoughts. Giving them the opportunity to analyze and reflect on their attitudes and their perception of the world and those around them.
Our intervention focuses on three subjects:
They are essential in teenagers’ therapy ramp up. Not only because they can bring their history, pointing out their capacities, strengths, fears, challenges and events. Because in addition, they allow us to better know the teen, guide him and give containment, so that the teen can cope with the different situations that arise in the family, school or social network.
We go along whit the teenager in specific cases, like in the learning process: considering what happens, what are their behaviors, what interferes with the implementation of school activities inside and outside it. We develop strategies according to the specific conflict that each adolescent present, with the relationship with their parents and siblings, teachers, friends. In other words, according to their way of living in the school, their social and family learning. In other words, according to his way of living school, social and family learning.
With the teenager:
We listen to them, identifying conflicts at the school, and an emotional level. We determine what their difficulties are but also their potential, and finally, we carry out the pedagogical or therapeutic interventions that are necessary.
We attend academic difficulties, hyperactivity, anxiety, depression, eating disorders, parents’ separation, adaptation, immigration, personality disorders, impulsivity, bullying, addictions, gender identity and sexual orientation.