Teen and Adolescent Therapy and Counseling

Hello, I remember how life can be confusing and overwhelming at times. Friends, school, parents, life all seem to be a bit much.

Chris in a therapy session with a young client

Are you tired of losing control but not sure how to stop it from happening? Be honest, you know what I mean. Or maybe your frustrated because you don’t bother anymore to speak up for what you need. Even worse, you do speak up and no one listens to you? Would it help to speak with someone who won’t judge you? Someone with a ton of experience working with young adults? If so, give me a call.

For more than a decade, I have helped young people get unfrustrated, stop self-harming, feel less anxious or depressed, or just be there for you to talk to. I know a lot of fancy therapies and techniques but I ‘keep it real’. I do have some games in my office (old school, not video) because sometimes it’s easier to talk while playing a game instead of just staring at each other. Hey, whatever works for you. I just want to help. I look forward to speaking with you! If you are under 18, speak to your parents about contacting me. Give me a call at 512-775-5940.

Seriously, if you are having a REALLY difficult time, don’t just keep it to yourself. What do I mean by ‘a difficult time”? I mean self-harming, thinking of not being alive or being too afraid to speak up for yourself. There are people who do care about you… even if they don’t even know you yet. I know this is true because I care and I have not met you yet. Speak up. You and your life matter!

Mr. Q.

Hey, still not sure, these are comments I’ve received from other young people:

“You were always there for me to talk to and you helped me out in a lot of ways. Thank you so much for being there when I need you. I’m glad that I finally made it”.
“Hi Mr. Q, Well I finally did it!!! I graduated, thanks for helping me through. You are an amazing person I’ve ever met. Good luck in your future and God bless you!!!”
“Thank you, Mr. Q., for helping me through my more than tumultuous moments. It is very easy for me to say, I would not have made it to graduation if not for you”.
“Thank you for being there for me during the rough times. You and (your intern) taught me a lot and helped me a lot. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.”
“Thank you very much for all that you have done for me this past year…. I have been able to become a different person and see myself as so much more and actually step back and look at the big picture…”