Los Angeles Therapist Specializing in Young Adults ~ Young Therapist

Therapy for Young Adults (20s and 30s)

The trick is to grow up without getting old. –Frank Lloyd Wright

We live in a very different time than our parents did. Technology is changing our world so quickly that it can be hard to catch up. With the advent of social media, texting, and online dating, our social lives, jobs, and relationships are more complex and nuanced than ever. It can be difficult to silence the ringers of our various devices and listen to ourselves. If we didn’t already have insecurities, now they become magnified as we’re updated second-by-second about how awesome everybody else’s lives are. It’s harder than ever to find space to just be.

Brooke Sprowl, LCSW Speaks About Young Adults

Young Adult Transitions

Our 20s and 30s are a time of many transitions. For many of us, we are tasked for the first time with asking major questions about what we want for our lives:

  • Who do I want to be? What are my values?
  • What do I want to do with my life? What is my calling? What is the balance between passion and pragmatism?
  • How do I know if I want to spend the rest of my life with someone?
  • Do I want children and when? How will I know?

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Tune Into Your Own Voice

It can be overwhelming at times to listen to ourselves and to know what we need when it comes to all of the various transitions we face. We will help you learn to hear your own voice amidst the noise. We will help you listen to yourself even when the voices of your friends, parents, and Facebook seem louder than yours. We will help you learn to find stillness even when the world feels like it’s moving by at impossible speeds.

Learn more about how we can help you navigate these transitions and trust yourself by visiting the
Home and About Therapy pages. You can learn more about my philosophy and approach to treatment by clicking here.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at 310-896-5568.

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