Psychotherapy groups can allow participants to feel a sense of camaraderie and support in dealing with the issues faced. Our genuine approach to creating a strong therapeutic relationship with clients can create an environment that enables individuals to be themselves and members to hold each other accountable to the goals they set.
Starting as early as 4th Grade to 12th Grade
- Bully Targets
- Social Withdrawal
- Social Anxiety
- Self-Destructive Acting Out
- Introduction Groups are suggested for the child or adolescent that are just beginning to deal with the process of their parents’ separation or divorce. These groups are designed to create a safe and secure place for children and adolescents to learn new strategies and coping skills to help navigate changes in relationships, schedules, sleeping arrangements, role expectations, and any feelings that may be disrupted in this difficult life transition. This is an 8 session program.
- Ongoing Groups are designed to help children and adolescents dealing with separation and divorce issues to have productive and healthy conversations with peers in their age group about every day struggles that continue in their lives due to the divorce/separation.
Male or Female (Grades 6-8, Grades 9-10, Grades 11-12 and College)
- Executive Functioning Strategies
- Social Complications
- Keeping Confidence and Self Esteem High
- Relationship Distress
- Alcohol and Drug Abuse
Parents whose children have just been diagnosed with ADHD will face a number of challenges in the years ahead. How does a parent begin to know where to start? This 8-week group program will help parents find the compass towards success for the trials and tribulations ahead.
Parents will be informed about:
- Treatment Options
- School and Homework Strategies
- What is the IEP and/or 504 plan process?
- Punishments and Rewards in the Home
- Positive parenting skills to deal with ADHD
- Navigating ADHD resources in the community
- How to best serve your children moving forward
These groups will directly address the daily frustrations that come with parenting a child with ADHD. Sharing parenting experiences with others can stimulate conversations that can lead to solutions to issues that have been unbearable at home and school. The group can be a great resource to parents who feel like they have done everything possible to create change and are not feeling like anything can work.