How Virtual Therapy Can Help Teens with Anxiety and ADHD in Southern Maryland

By Molly Stackhouse

Anxiety and ADHD are two common mental health conditions that can affect teens. Anxiety can cause feelings of worry, nervousness, and fear, while ADHD can cause difficulty paying attention, controlling impulses, and organizing thoughts. These conditions can make it difficult for teens to succeed in school, make friends, and participate in activities they enjoy.

Virtual therapy is a type of therapy that is conducted online. It can be a helpful option for teens with anxiety and ADHD for a number of reasons. First, it can be more convenient and accessible than traditional therapy. Teens can participate in virtual therapy from home, which can save them time and money. Second, teens may feel more comfortable talking about their problems in a private, comfortable setting. Third, virtual therapy can be just as effective as traditional therapy. Studies have shown that virtual therapy can be effective in treating anxiety and ADHD in teens.

If you are a teen, or know a teen in Southern Maryland who is struggling with anxiety and ADHD, virtual therapy may be a good option for you. When choosing a therapist, it is important to find someone who is experienced in treating anxiety and ADHD in teens, such as Heidi Tracey, LGPC at Southern Maryland Mental Health.

If you are a teen in Southern Maryland who is struggling with anxiety and ADHD, virtual therapy can be a helpful way to get the treatment you need. With the right therapist, you can learn how to manage your symptoms and improve your quality of life

If you are a teenager or have a teen family member in need of support,  I encourage you to reach out to a therapist and  schedule an appointment  Therapy can be a valuable tool for improving your mental health and well-being.

Heidi Tracey is a therapist at Southern Maryland Mental Health. She utilizes Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Solution-Focused Therapy but also uses an integrative approach. She has worked for public school systems in southern and central Maryland for 18 + years as a school psychologist and has accumulated extensive experience working with teens, young adults and families. She is excited to be able to support the same clientele as a part of Southern Maryland Mental Health and has immediate openings for telehealth. 
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