There are many benefits to participating in group counseling. Members have the opportunity to meet others who are facing situations similar to their own. Other members of the group may be able to provide insight to a particular situation beyond what individual therapy may be able to provide. In addition, for somebody new to counseling, groups can be a great way to get a feel for what counseling is all about without the intimidation of sitting in an individual counseling session.
In addition to the therapeutic benefits to group counseling, there is also the practical benefits. Groups typically have a set start and end date, making them easy to fit into a busy schedule. The cost for group counseling is also lower than individual counseling and, often, even lower than insurance co-pays.
Currently Enrolling Groups
All About ADHD
Geared for upper-elementary and middle school students diagnosed with ADHD, this group will help students to understand what the diagnosis of ADHD means, how to talk about ADHD, and how to build success in school and friendships. Activities and skills needed to help build executive functioning skills will also be emphasized. Enrollment is ongoing. Click here to request more information.
Circle of FRIENDS
The pre-teen and early teen years can be a time that girls find themselves struggling to identify who they are. This group allows girls to build communication and social skills while building self-confidence. Enrollment is ongoing. Click here to request more information.
Please contact us if you are interested in joining these groups.