Adolescent behavioral health faces growing challenges contributing to increased rates of mental illness and suicide. Among those many challenges are identity issues, family problems, the pressures of contemporary culture, and threats to personal safety. The result is mounting depression, anxiety, and several other conditions assaulting the behavioral well-being of today’s teens. The work of Muir Wood to treat these conditions is a direct result of increased, multifaceted dysfunction among the US adolescent population.
Some of the conditions we treat include: