“Someone who is ready for the zombie apocalypse but not ready for the math test tomorrow is a dilemma faced by every teen.”

You Are Not Alone

Studies Show That:


adolescents experience anxiety and depressive disorders

source: UNICEF, 2021


adolescents now suffer from psychiatric disorders

source: Indian Council of Medical Research


adolescents experience school refusal behaviour

source: National Library of Medicine


adolescents experience somatic symptoms

source: National Library of Medicine

Significance Of Teenage

Teenagehood or adolescence is viewed as “the age of storm and stress,” as also stated by G. S. Hall (1904), which examines three key aspects – conflict with parents, mood disruptions, and behavioral problems. Teenagehood is a period of change, and it is important as the interplay of various catalysts determines if the child will transition into a mature or immature adult. 

The term Adolescence comes from the Latin word adolescence, meaning “to grow” or “to grow to maturity,” elucidating the positive aspects of this amazing, progressive phase of life. Thus, adolescence refers to the development of puberty & physical growth spurts, cognitive maturity, and crucial socio-emotional and sexual development. 

However, adapting to these changes all of a sudden can often lead to confusion or emotional turmoil. Hence, understanding these changes is vital for caregivers, parents, guardians, and teachers. It will empower them to aid their child’s growth and empower them towards positive progressiveness.

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Mental health and Wellbeing Concerns
  • Developmental delays
  • Bedwetting
  • Separation anxiety
  • Abuse (physical, emotional, sexual)
  • Depression 
  • Anxiety issues
  • Attention and hyperactivity issues
Educational or Academic Concerns
  • Academic issues
  • Speech issues
  • Learning issues
  • Social skills issues
  • Career choices
Behavior Issues
  • Defiant behaviors 
  • Temper tantrums
  • Social withdrawal
  • Conduct Disorder
  • Juvenile delinquency issues
  • Substance dependence and use
Parent - child relationship or Parent / Caregiver concerns
  • Changes in family dynamics (divorce, relocation, separation) 
  • Death of a parent or sibling
  • Adoption related concerns.
  • Siblings Concerns
  • Sexuality related concerns