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Client Focus

Adolescents / Teenagers (14 to 19)

Teenage or adolescent years are about undergoing developmental changes -physical, emotional, cognitive, and social. During this transition stage, where you’re no longer a child nor an adult, life events seem to be unpredictable.  You may find difficulty dealing with life transitions, and that causes you stress. In some cases, you might experience a lack of confidence and self-worth resulting from your body image. Maybe, you’re even a victim of domestic violence, and your trauma affects how you deal with your anger.

If you’re experiencing even one among these and you feel things are a bit overwhelming, that’s natural. There will be a point where you’ll think it is unmanageable. But you are not alone. We are here to provide you a supportive environment. We will help you find ways on how to cope and deal with your battles.


Adulthood surely might mean gaining freedom and control over your life. Yet, circumstances can be tough too. At some point, you may feel you’re suddenly losing control over what is happening. As you age, you become more vulnerable to stress, anxiety, and even chronic illnesses. If you are new to parenthood, you might be suffering from postpartum depression. Meanwhile, if you’re left alone while your children are building their own lives, there’s a feeling of loneliness and grief.

These are the types of difficulties we are trained to deal with. Being an adult, you’ll encounter things you might find hard to resolve alone. But whether it’s about the loss of a loved one, career development issues, problematic relationships, and the list goes on, positive changes are on its way. Seeking help and reaching out does not make you weak. But, rather makes you strong enough to overcome your problems.

Elders (65+)

The elderly experience various forms of abuse too. Yet most can be easily dismissed. Especially since the effects of abuse on their physical, mental, and emotional well-being are usually just linked to old age. Their inability to defend themselves and loss of independence makes them more prone to abuse. This, aside from suffering chronic illnesses, anger management problems, and grief.

For the elders, it is hard to just get over things quickly. Counseling could, therefore, help them recover from painful experiences and trauma. But more than the elders, their family members, and even caregivers can benefit from our programs. Through building stronger social support, we can help the elders bring back the joy as they move forward.