It's Tough To Be Young

And if it wasn't tough enough already, it feels as if nobody is on your side...

Between school, parent's expectations, wanting to fit in, needing to be unique, juggling friends, feeling rebellious and angry all the time or just wanting to be left alone, life can be pretty dramatic and depressing. It's sometimes just too much and having a panic attack, an anxiety meltdown or a rage fueled argument over something dumb just adds to the challenges. 

We specialise in youth support and facilitation, navigating through your teens and twenties are wrought with fear and self doubt and simultaneously wanting to prove to yourself that you can do this adult thing without letting anyone know how nerve-wracking it is can be scary. 

We help with 1:1 sessions of 60 minutes providing a space where young people can learn how to deal with the world, it's expectations as well as their worries and troubles, their dreams and goals and discover their own abilities and strengths. 

We also support schools and provide sessions in group form to teens, parents and educators. Finding out that we are not alone in our feelings, emotions, doubts and fears can be liberating! 

Based on Behavioural psychology and learning how we can understand and manage our emotions, outside challenges, expectations and events we have no control over gives us the advantage of learning how to deal with life and the curveballs it throws us.

We assist with behavioural issues and support both the family and the young adult during the process. 

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What we do:
Individual sessions

Personal sessions and goal plan to tackle issues and provide psychological support in context of where you find yourself.

We provide support for the whole family, not just the teen going through a tough time and understanding what your teen is experiencing and how to support them is important.


We offer bespoke lesson plans, group sessions and life skills for schools of all kinds. Whether it is home schooling or top notch private schools, youngsters of high school age can learn coping and real life skills to manage their present and plan their future.