Be Kind and Real:
A Group for Girls
Practicing the art of assertive communication and friendship. Girls, are you ready to stop the drama and get real? Have you longed for consistently kind relationships? Would you like to know how to deal with conflict in a way that can make you closer to your friends? This new class will help students practice all of these skills and more, during fun and interactive sessions.
The group will engage in activities and role-plays that deal with familiar friendship issues. The girls will learn how to share and listen with kindness, as well as practice how to work through conflict. Most of all, we will be enjoying a safe space to be real and nurture healthy connections with other girls. The next session begins Jan 17, so please contact the clinic to see if there is still availability! We do keep a waiting list for future classes. Learn more details about the group here:
For brothers and sisters of a child with special needs.
The siblings of a child with special needs face situations and deal with issues unique to many families. This monthly group will provide these sibs with a safe and supportive environment for them to communicate their concerns, share their stresses, and learn how other families handle difficult situations related to having a special needs child.
Facilitated by a CDM therapist, the siblings will be able to address issues related to their specific family situation, while participating in fun group activities. Discussion will focus on how to communicate any feelings of resentment or jealousy, suggestions on what to do during embarrassing moments, and recognition of the siblings' important role in their family.
The group meets the last Monday of the month. Please learn more details here: