What support is available
when your child lives at home?
How to find local resources
Adolescence is a complicated time for both parents and children.
If you are concerned about changes in your child's behavior, you might
consider involving a mental heath professional. Sometimes meeting
with a therapist for a short time is all that your child needs. Other
times, more interventions may be required.
Your first step will likely be exploring options near you.
We know this is easier said than done. Read below for pointers to finding help when your child lives at home.
Finding a Therapist
Here are ideas of how to start. There is no correct chronological order; rather, we explain different starting points to approach your search for a therapist.
Schools also have academic counselors, social workers, peer resource counselors, and other potential resources whom you can reach out to for additional resources.