Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy for Adolescents


Adolescents are seen for individual psychoanalytic psychotherapy for a wide range of difficulties including:


  • problems with peer and family relationships (including foster/adoptive families)

  • difficulties achieving at school (including school refusal/truancy)

  • challenging, violent and risk taking behaviours

  • insecurity and lack of self-esteem

  • developmental disorders e.g. Autism, ADHD

  • eating disorders

  • somatisation disorders

  • self-harm

  • depression

  • suicidality

  • anxiety

  • issues relating to sexuality

  • gender identity issues

  • psychosis

  • emotional distress as a result of trauma and/or abuse


Individual psychoanalytic psychotherapy may be short or long term depending on the level of emotional difficulty. Parents will be offered termly parent review meetings and optional parent work alongside their adolescent's psychotherapy. 







Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy for Young People


Short term individual psychoanalytic psychotherapy can be of benefit to young people (aged 18 to 30) who are struggling emotionally to find their way in life.


Psychoanalytic psychotherapy provides an opportunity to process thoughts and feelings which may be hindering achievement and progress in academic and professional pursuits as well as  in attaining fulfilling relationships with others. 

Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy for Adolescents & Young People

Therapy for adolescents
psychotherapy for teenagers
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psychotherapy for adults
psychoanalytic psychotherapy for adolescents
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Adolescent Psychotherapy

Mind Garden Therapy
56 London Street, Reading, Berkshire, RG1 4SQ


07397 143879