Nathan’s Waypoint Opens Office in Atlanta to Help Families Navigate Teen Anxiety Issues

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Nathan’s Waypoint has recently opened its doors at 1875 Old Alabama Road, Suite 1340 in Roswell, GA 30076. Nathan’s Waypoint provides consulting and guidance for families of teenagers who suffer from anxiety and anxiety-related issues.

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Families that are dealing with adolescent anxiety are often in unchartered territory. Our consultation program provides invaluable wisdom and offers step-by-step guidance to support families in finding healing and recovery, says Carolyn Guthrie Lambert.

Nathan’s Waypoint is now open to serve families in the greater Atlanta area. Nathan’s Waypoint offers families a unique consulting option that will help parents make informed decisions when dealing with adolescent anxiety. The program focuses solely on helping parents and families of teenagers who suffer from anxiety and/or depression. Carolyn Guthrie Lambert, who is an adolescent anxiety consultant with first hand experience, founded Nathan’s Waypoint. She offers resources, knowledge and customized guidance for affected families by helping them navigate and choose the best treatment plan towards better wellness.

Founder Carolyn Lambert recognizes a strong demand to guide and support parents of teens that have anxiety issues, which may present in the form of isolation, school refusal, depression, video game addiction and more. She realizes that parents often find themselves overwhelmed and confused when trying to help their teenager through anxiety. Adolescent anxiety can greatly impact the quality of life and well-being of the teen and the entire family unit. Nathan’s Waypoint focuses on walking families through the journey of coping with such a difficult situation, whether the anxiety is mild or debilitating.

“Families that are dealing with adolescent anxiety are often in unchartered territory. Our consultation program provides invaluable wisdom and offers step-by-step guidance to support families in finding healing and recovery,” says Carolyn Guthrie Lambert.

The stages of the Nathan’s Waypoint program begin with a free one-hour consultation and end with helping teens transition home and re-establish social ties if necessary. The program’s primary objective is to help families choose a treatment path, which may range from local counseling to time away from home in a wilderness program or therapeutic boarding school, that best suits the needs of the individual adolescent and dynamics of their family. Consulting services may also include educating families on ways to relieve financial burdens of therapy as well as what to expect during recovery.

To learn more about Nathan’s Waypoint or to schedule a complimentary consultation, please call (404) 593-8477 or visit nathanswaypoint.com

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