Inspiring Positive Transitions for Young Adults
Just a short time ago you walked down the aisle with the resounding sounds of “Pomp and Circumstance” playing cheerfully. You struck out into the world with your sails full from pats on the back, encouragement from your mentors and teachers, and your heart warmed by memories or good times spent with your closest friends.
You still believe that you have something special to offer the world, but the realities of life as a young adult sometimes seem drab, or your dreams have not quite taken flight the way you hoped they would. You are searching and working to form a vision for your future. Faced with so many choices, it is easy to become paralyzed and overwhelmed, or burdened by pain from the past.
Life after school, life as part of the workforce, or trying to build something of your own can be challenging and sometimes lonely. Meaningful, lasting relationships are hard to come by, especially if you have decided to reestablish yourself in a new place.
In young adulthood, especially during college and shortly after, you may face new existential questions about the purpose and direction of your life…
In therapy you can explore this important transitional time in your life, address destructive patterns of thought, improve your relationships with others, and become more fully aware and mindful. A life lived in touch with one’s core values has more potential to be a life of success and fulfillment. Let’s talk about the next stage in your life.