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Mental Health Counseling for Teens in Fresno, CA

At Ascend Behavioral Health, we provide mental health services to teens in Fresno, California. Mental health issues can make it difficult for teens to succeed in school, extracurricular activities, sports, and other areas of their lives. Whether it be depression, anxiety, mood disorders, or more, our experienced therapists can give teens the tools they need to cope with their emotions. We create an open, supportive environment for teens to express how they are feeling. Through traditional outpatient sessions and our Intensive Outpatient Program, we provide an outlet for teens and the skills they need to overcome their strugglings. Our sessions are open to family members as well, so they can support their child throughout the process. If you notice your teen is grappling with anxiety, stress, excessive worry, or other symptoms, allow Ascend to be your beacon of hope. For more information on our mental health services in Fresno, CA, contact Ascend Behavioral Health today. 

Who We Serve

It is Ascend’s mission to serve teens who are struggling with mental health conditions. Often times we serve those who need more help and assistance than their school, outpatient therapist, or families can support. When things get especially difficult in life, Ascend is here to be your beacon of hope. 

 

Typically, teens that find their home at Ascend are struggling with anxiety and/or depression. We often see that teens don’t present with “adult” symptoms of these disorders. They may be irritable and acting out, moody and argumentative, isolating and pushing others away, engaging in self-harm, using drugs or alcohol, or not seeming like themselves. When these concerns are present and they are interfering with school, family life, or friendships, it’s time to consider enrolling in Ascend’s Intensive Outpatient Program. 

 

While we are happy to help assess and refer, often times teens who are actively psychotic, have a developmental disorder, or have a severe eating disorder are better suited for programs who serve these specific disorders.