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Youth Club Meeting

Social & Emotional Skills Group for High Schoolers

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Group Is Open For March!

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Social Connection

Often, teens feel like they are the only ones feeling how they do, they think everyone else has it all together. The group lets them know they're not alone. They get out of the house and meet other teens just like them.

A Safe Space for them

All kids deserve a place to express themselves and explore new insights. This is a judgement free zone where they kids agree on group rules. They can speak freely without criticism.

A Workbook to keep

They get a workbook to explore their inner experience and document insights throughout each session. They will always have it with them so they don't forget the important skills they've learned.

Support when they need it most

High school is one of the most difficult periods of your child's life. It's filled with constant pressure and self-doubt, even anxiety and depression. Give them an outlet where they can learn tools and skills that will help them get through it a little easier.

A Whole-Brain Approach

Through an understanding  of neurobiology and the adolescent brain, we teach teens how to reflect on their thoughts and feelings to respond more effectively and appropriately rather than becoming overwhelmed by them. Learning these skills, at this stage in their life, will promote healthy social and emotional intelligence throughout the rest of their teen years and into adulthood.

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Keeping the Child's Mind in Mind

Focusing on Healthy Development

Adaptive Information Processing is the foundation for EMDR therapy, it also supports the healthy development of your child’s brain.


Anxiety, Depression, ADHD, Sensory Processing, OCD, and other challenges our kids face today can be very difficult to manage. Through an understanding of how their brain works, and evidence based interventions, we can help make it easier for our kids to learn and grow with less stress and more social engagement.

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