From the Parent of One of my Teenage Clients
“My son is a quiet introvert and was struggling with attendance at school due to his accompanying social anxiety disorder. My son now has no issues with his attendance at school. I have seen his confidence increase and although the anxiety is still present, he is more able to cope and push through it. My son has spoken positively about his counselling sessions with Tracy and states that she makes him feel like he is not alone. Because Tracy is a quiet introvert herself, she fully understands my son’s issues and is better able to help him. This has been evident throughout our experience working with her.
Tracy makes him feel like he is not alone.”
What if your teenager could…
- Hang out with friends without overwhelming anxiety
- Get to sleep at night
- Ask for help at school
- Make new friends
- Understand their feelings
- Increase their confidence
The Quiet Teenager Support Group
A no-pressure support group for quiet teenagers to learn effective ways of connecting with others. A 6-week session beginning July 2021 is open for pre-enrollment with the link below.
“Tracy’s kind and present demeanor, with her thoughtful questions and ability to hold space, would end up guiding me to somewhere I didn’t know I needed to go. I always left gaining a new perspective or insight because she asked questions when a question needed to be asked, and gave me (and my thoughts) the space to breathe and be internal when I needed the time to process.”
“I initially began to see Tracy to address ongoing symptoms of depression and anxiety. Working with her helped me to identify and work through emotional pain I had related to family relationships, interpersonal & romantic attachment, and generalized anxiety. With her guidance & support I was able to get closer to the roots of my pain, better understand my issues, and recognize some of the patterns in my life that were keeping me stuck in a negative mental & emotional place.”