Master Your Emotions!

Being a teen can be difficult. Stress is coming at you from many directions, and that stress can affect how you think, feel, and behave. On top of that, your brain and body are going through tremendous changes. It’s a lot to deal with. Stress and emotional ups and downs or a normal part of growing up. How you feel determines the quality of your life. Your emotions are amongst the most powerful personal growth tools you have. What I find over and over again is that with the right support, teens can learn to cope with their emotions and can learn how to manage their symptoms and feel better.

Understanding your symptoms is the first step toward learning how to manage your emotions. This course will help you to understand emotional symptoms and different types of coping strategies, as well as help you discover ways to manage your emotions and improve how you feel. You’ll learn what emotions are, how they are formed, and how you can use them for your personal growth.


*You/your teen wants to better understand your emotions and improve your emotional regulation, but don’t know where to begin.

*You/your teen is looking for a safe and confidential place to explore and express your emotions.

*You/your teen is looking for a program to help modify undesirable behaviors because of lack of emotional control.

*You/your teen lacks emotional support in current home and/or social environment. 

*You/your teen prefers individual and self-paced learning.

*You/your teen needs Individual therapy sessions

Kimberly Williams, LCSW

As a Licensed Psychotherapist and the CEO of Transitions Life Skills Development, I am passionate about and committed to helping young people learn how to improve their social and emotional functioning and overcome daily life challenges. As an honor graduate of Louisiana State University School of Social Work, with a certification in Children and Youth Services, I have over 10 years of experience as a professional mental health counselor providing community psychiatric supportive treatment and teaching psychosocial skills to children and adults of all ages and backgrounds.

Combining my experience, master’s level education, creativity, relatability, down-to-earth attitude, and realistic approach to therapy, I work very well with the adolescent population. I believe that change happens when people are given the guidance and support that they need to draw on their own strengths and realize their potential to live fulfilling, happy lives. By being transparent and direct, providing compassion, encouragement, honesty, and support, I have helped many individuals overcome obstacles to move forward and thrive in their environments.