Teen & Youth Psychology
Connection with family, friends and the local community are key to positive well-being in young people.
Adolescence is a time of peak change for young people. The research suggests that young people flourish during this transitional period when they feel a sense of positive connection with their family, friends and the broader community.
Megan offers evidence-based practice to bolster a young persons inner resources to cope with challenging life situations. When a young person agrees, Megan provides honest and practical feedback to families to bolster a young persons support network.
Megan enjoys helping young people with the following;
- Worries and social anxiety
- Sadness and depression
- Sleep issues
- Self-harm and suicidal thoughts
- Grief and trauma
- Eating issues
- Self-esteem, confidence & assertiveness
- Bullying and school issues
- Learning difficulties
- Relationship issues
- Sexuality or identity issues
VCE study support
Megan offers VCE support for students to learn practical tools to manage their VCE studies. Guidance is offered to keeping expectations in check, realistic goal setting, managing mind breaks, balancing eating, sleeping and exercise habits and anxiety management skills.
Happy kids learn best. Megan encourages kids to learn about their strengths and to dream big. Megan offers fun and practical skills to bounce back from life’s challenges.
Life is full of possibilities. Adulthood has its challenges and Megan is passionate about helping people embrace setbacks as opportunities for growth.
Happy parents make happy kids. Megan offers skill building in mindful parenting, communication, conflict resolution & reminds families of the importance of love, connection & making lasting memories.