Is your child struggling to fit in?
Does he say he has friends, but you know they are online “friends”?
Does your child spend a lot of time alone?
Social groups in high school are confusing and the pressures of academics and extracurricular activities make it even harder. Teens who struggle with anger, anxiety, depression, and/or have developed a poor set of coping skills find the dynamics even more challenging and need to learn healthy coping skills. This group is designed to help teens who have trouble fostering positive peer relationships. The participants will work on making and keeping friends, understanding and fitting into a peer group, and learning about choosing relationships that are not antagonistic.
Group work is a powerful tool for teens to enhance self-esteem, learn to solve problems more effectively, deal with conflicts and improve social skills in a safe environment with their peers.
For more information on these groups please call.