Young Adults

There are many issues young adults face in today's society and young adulthood is a significant time of change both physically and mentally.  Research young adultsundertaken has suggested that this change is not completed in the brain structure until around 25 years of age. During this phase of life, the accomplishments of puberty and pressures to discover relationships outside of the home influence and unsettle many families.

The young adult today has far more restrictions placed on them and yet have much more exposure to the adult world than ever before. The rapid pace of social change, high rates of youth unemployment, higher expectations for education and learning, increased globalisation, increased family breakdown, changing values and increased media influences all add to the experience of an uncertain world.

There is a high rate of diagnosed mental illness among young adults and the physical and social changes associated with this group may be what is triggering these mental health issues.

If you would like more information on the qualifications, of the Drop Of Life Psychologists and Counsellors please click on the following name to learn more about us.

Natalie Turvey | Pamela Harding  |  Claudine Lombard

Alternatively you are invited to contact us for a quick chat on (07) 55207705 to discuss the kind of support you are looking for. Our services are tailored to meet the unique needs of every person who consults with us. You will be supported to make an informed choice about whether our services is right for you. Look forward to hearing from you.

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