Preventative Therapy For Teenagers

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A Note From The L.A. Teen Therapist

With residents from 140 different cultures, speaking over 200 languages, L.A. has become one of the most dynamic cities to raise a teen. – Sandra

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Making New Friends In High School

A Note From the L.A. Teen Therapist

It can be difficult getting started at a new school. The key to making new friends is to be courageous and take steps every day towards your goal. – Sandra

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Teen Social Skills Coaching

A Note From the L.A. Teen Therapist

Does your teen have the social skills that allows them to thrive in the world?  – Sandra

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Defining Healthy Family Rules

A Note From the L.A. Teen Therapist

Ideally, family rules should honor the relationship between parents and children. – Sandra

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Finding Solutions To “Best Friend” Troubles

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A Note From The L.A. Teen Therapist

Friendships are one place where we practice relationship skills that allow us to create authentic and lasting bonds with others. – Sandra

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Smartphones Interfering In Your Family?

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A Note From the L.A. Teen Therapist

Have your family members gotten in the habit of paying more attention to their smartphone–than to each other? – Sandra

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Encouraging Your Teen’s Creativity

A Note From the L.A. Teen Therapist

Is your teen a naturally creative person? If so, how do you support your teen’s creative expression? – Sandra

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A Cure for Teen Bullying



A Note From The L.A. Teen Therapist

Everyone deserves to be treated with respect. Read on to learn effective options for dealing with bullying. – Sandra

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Encouraging Mutual Respect

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A Note From the L.A. Teen Therapist

I feel it is essential to model to our future generations how to live together in peace. Towards this end, I devote my days to teaching parents and teens how to respond to each other in conscious and respectful ways. – Sandra

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Teens Coping With Death

A Note From The L.A. Teen Therapist

When a beloved family member dies, it can feel like the world is so unfair, and that you will never smile again. Saying goodbye to someone you love, and who has loved you, is a bittersweet process.  – Sandra

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