The research is in, and the results are no surprise: teens have a harder time growing up today than ever before. Even the luckiest and most resilient teens must navigate challenging and complicated social and academic worlds. Sometimes life moves faster than teens' ability to process, cope, feel good about themselves, and make positive choices.
For over a decade, Peter McClure has made child and teen therapy, counseling and, mental health his primary specialty. He loves building connections with teens to take on their challenges, improve their ability to cope and succeed, and build the foundations for healthy adult lives. He has extensive experience coordinating with schools, family members, and natural community supports to build support for kids outside the office.
Teens who have worked with Peter McClure have found relief from challenges associated with depression, self-esteem, self-harm and suicidal thoughts, anxiety, phobias, severe trauma (sexual, physical, emotional), autism-spectrum and Aspergers, anger, bullying, peer relationships, attachment issues, AD/HD, substance abuse, and behaviors. Teens of all genders and orientations experience safety, trust, and respect when working with Peter McClure.