These therapists specialize in the unique mental problems of millennials

By the time a millennial lies down on a therapist’s couch, she’s already been analyzed to death.

Millennials are “the worst,” “lazy,” and “screwed.” They’re “selfish and entitled,” “crybabies,” and obsessed with themselves and taking ‘selfies.’

They’re also “not as different as you thought.” The idea that they’re all the same is a “myth,” just like the idea that they’re all “lazy,” “work-hating narcissists.”

If America can’t seem to decide what to make of the generation, neither can mental health professionals. There’s widening disagreement over whether millennials — those aged 18 to 34 — are fundamentally different from the generations that preceded them and, if so, how to translate that to therapy.

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