Adolescence is the stage of transition from childhood to adulthood, in which considerable physical and mental changes take place. It usually occurs between the ages of 10 and 19 years. Physical change that occurs during this time is known as puberty. Because of puberty, teenagers may often feel oversensitive and lack self-confidence as they come to terms with the changes they are going through. Mood swings and shyness are some of the most common features associated with adolescence. It is a period of vulnerability for the teenager, requiring support.counselling can help adolescence to solve many problems.

Self Assessment:

The counselor can helps assess their own motives. It will reflect on truthful information about themselves and they can self verify where the problem is, and self improvement is seen and they will develop a positive feeling for them selves.

Self awareness:

The counselor assesses the client to build up belief about what he can do with his or her skills, Self Defeating Behaviour the counselor can help and assist adolescence children identify unproductive behaviour harming behaviour and solve emotional problem.

Self Monitoring:

counselling can help the adolescence children to recognise their goals, and help to emphasise on their strength by which they will think positively and their emotions will be stable which will enhance their personality.