Some young adults in their 20s may be pursuing self-actualization as older adults do, but many others are in the transitional
phase from formation of self-identity to self-actualization. They may be trying to adapt themselves to the society as adults as
they start careers or relationships as adults.
When young adults are still at school and live with parents or at some transitional situation between being supported and
protected by parents and being independently pursuing self-actualization, their psychology may be tuned to fit the phase of
formation of self-identity. In such cases, young adults can benefit from Youth Mind Training since they are considered to be still
partially at the phase of formation of self-identity.
When teenagers do not form sufficient and adequate thought standards of their own through a wide range of experiences, they
may suffer from psychological difficulties and problems of adaptation in their adulthood. They may be easily victimized or
psychologically damaged, and may not be able to activate adequate healing system of stress and wounds. Then, parents can
provide them with opportunities for completing their process of formation of self-identity during young adulthood. Mothers can
learn and apply Mother Therapy and young adults can train themselves through Youth Mind Training to prepare them for
starting the phase of self-actualization with healthy and stable psychological conditions.
Any young adult who is not yet fully engaged in self-actualization as an economically and psychologically independent adult can
benefit from Youth Mind Training. Also, parents are considered to be responsible for providing nurturing until children become
completely independent. Offering Youth Mind Training to your adult child may be a much more precious gift than any other
form of support.