The demands of adulthood seem more intense than ever before. New technologies, socio-cultural shifts, and educational stressors have created challenges many parents possibly never could imagined. The pandemic slowed down the pace of social and academic growth for many teens and young adults. Research points out that while today's children enter adolescence much sooner, some actually reach adulthood much later, resulting in an "extended adolescence". Some people call this psychological struggle a "failure to launch", but whatever you call it, it's difficult for everyone involved.
Dayna Stein, MST, MSW, LCSW, teams with young adults to coach them to navigate anxiety, depression, procrastination, and other obstacles to help them develop life skills. You can learn strategies to: -cultivate your openness and flexibility -collaborate with your well-intended, but maybe over-involved parents -gain motivation to advance engagement in the real world -promote "connected independence" -develop a growth mindset to build resilience and self-advocacy -minimize anxiety and/or depression
If you are a Millennial or part of Generation Z, Dayna Stein can give help you light a spark in your life and reach your goals. For a free consultation, call her at 908-907-3636 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.