A young adult is a person in their 20s that is typically facing change. For many, this is the stage where careers have begun, committed relationships and marriage ensue, and families begin to be formed.
If development in the adolescent stage is not completed, for whatever reason, the issues from adolescence will manifest in young adulthood and can delay progress as the young adult would like or is expected from them.
Entry into adulthood is a time of transition that can be exciting and joyful or overwhelming or confusing. Depression tends to increase for this age group as a result.
Some questions that young adults face:
Who am I…really?
What do I want to be?
Is the relationship I am in the right one for me?
My friends have moved out of their parent’s home, what is wrong with me?
What are my values?
If you are a young adult wanting to answer questions such as these, counseling can help. Call me today for a free consultation at (941) 800-1513.