Lauren Gray, MS, LMFT
     Therapy for Families, Couples and Individuals

Lauren Gray, MS, LMFT   
(425) 576-9185    
1715 114th Ave. S.E., Suite 208    
Bellevue, WA 98004


The teen years can be both vibrant and rocky. The drive for independence can strain teens' relationships with their parents. Pressures to achieve in school and extra-curricular activities can build as college draws closer. Forming satisfying relationships with peers can be a challenge.    

I greatly enjoy working with teens and their families during their important and challenging transition to adulthood. Common therapeutic goals for teens include improving relationships with parents and peers; coping with depression and anxiety; treating eating disorders; overcoming sleep difficulties, headaches, and stomachaches; and managing ADHD and other academic obstacles.

When therapy centers on a teen, I feel it is important to keep parents, and sometimes the whole family, involved in the treatment process. This exposes me to multiple perspectives on the problem, and allows me to collaborate with the most influential people in the teen's life. I enjoy helping each family leverage its unique strengths to overcome its difficulties.

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