Adolescent Trauma Coaching is the answer!!!
With many therapists leaving the profession and a recent article by Psychology Today that stated, "psychological coaching concentrates on individual or group strengths and abilities and how they might be used in new and different ways to enhance performance, feel better about the self, ensure smooth life transitions, strengthen relationships, deal with challenges, achieve goals, become more successful, or improve the overall quality of one’s personal and professional life." (Coaching. Psychology Today 2022). https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapy-types/coaching.
If there a time that this support is needed, it is during adolescence. When you add the effects of trauma within the family, community and a global collective, the results can be daunting for the individual and family.
According to the Veteran's Administration (2022), "Studies show that about 15% to 43% of girls and 14% to 43% of boys go through at least one trauma. Of those children and teens who have had a trauma, 3% to 15% of girls and 1% to 6% of boys develop PTSD. Rates of PTSD are higher for certain types of trauma survivors."