Therapy for Young Adults

"Adulting is Hard"

Most young adults find the transition to independence difficult at times. It is not easy to become an adult. Working with a therapist at ICFT can help in this 'adulting' process. If this describes you, working with a therapist at ICFT can help. Once young adults engage in treatment, even if they do so at the insistence of their parents, they begin moving toward a more successful future.

Parental Involvement: As much as it is clinically appropriate, we want parents to be involved and included in their young adult's therapy. We work with young adults and parents to determine the best way to keep parents an active part of their therapy.

ICFT helps young adults and their families with:

  • Career or Academic Struggles
  • Friendship or Relationship Struggles
  • Anger/Irritability
  • Sadness/Depression
  • Worries/Anxiety/Stress
  • Behavioral Struggles
  • ADHD and ADD
  • Low self-esteem
  • Substance use
  • Health Concerns
  • LGBTQ+ Concerns
  • Myriad of challenges amid the COVID-19 pandemic


Every therapist at ICFT has an advanced degree in family therapy and is specifically trained to work with young adults and their families. Every therapist at ICFT is also licensed by the State of Ohio to assess, diagnose, and provide therapy to help you master life skills that will serve you throughout your life academically, emotionally, socially, and in the job market.

For answers to frequently asked questions, click here.

For additional information on how to get started, click here