College Freshman Body Image Group
Purpose of this group is to promote peace with your body through self-acceptance and compassion.
Acceptance and Commitment Modality
Weekly meetings for 8 weeks - $60/meeting.
Please contact Katie Veit at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Leadership Skills Support Groups
Often times, it can be comforting to talk amongst one's peers on topics that one faces daily. It can be validating to know that you're not the only one that feels a certain way. Our leadership skills support groups are focused on either rising 8th and 9th grade young women or rising 11th and 12th grade women. The groups will focus on:
- Improving self-esteem and body image by setting healthy expectations
- How to find a balance of involvement in school and other activities
- Navigating the waters of social media and the affects it has on overall well-being
- Managing anxiety in social and academic settings
- Increasing the awareness of the need for a healthy self-care routine including mindfulness, meditation, and relaxation techniques
- A service oriented project to be determined by the group (The group will pick a local charity and identify a need for this charity. The group will work on their project after discussion time, but within the 1.5 hour group meeting)
The start date and time will be determined by the members and a collaborative effort on scheduling. The fee for this group will be determined based on the number of members. The fee includes group sessions led by 2 highly skilled therapists, all supplies/manuals needed for the group, snacks, a t-shirt, and anything needed for the service project.
We are currently taking interest via email for both a group of rising 8th and 9th graders as well as a group of rising 11th and 12th graders. For more information or to sign up, please email Katie Veit at email@example.com. This group will be led by Katie Veit, LCSW and Monica Flynn-Urness, LCSW.
Taking on the World: Preparing Seniors for the Highs and Lows of Life After High School
By the time teens reach the end of senior year they have a wealth of experience navigating the in’s and out’s of high school, but are often unclear about what comes next. This group seeks to assist graduating seniors as they transition to their new life of independence. Group members will gain valuable life skills and knowledge to aid in their transition to autonomous adults.
• Open to second semester 12th grade students
• Learn practical skills for navigating life’s obstacles on their own
• Receive accurate expectations of Freshman year of college
• Explore personal values to assist in making positive life choices
• Discover inner-strength and resiliency for facing life’s hard times
This group will be run by Rick Hunter, LCSW every Spring Semester. For additional details or to enroll, please contact Katie Veit at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot. Group memberships are limited and will be closed when spots are full. Participants will complete member questionnaire prior to first meeting.
*An additional parenting component will be offered to participants’ parents based on interest and availability.