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Parenting Therapy Groups in Raleigh
How To Talk To Kids
Host: Brian Purnell, MEd, LPC, NCC, ACS, LPCS
"Two-part sessions are geared toward parents and adults who work with kids of all ages: Helping Children Deal With Their Feelings Ways to help children cope with their negative feelings - anger, envy, etc. Engaging Cooperation Invite cooperation without threats, warnings, etc. Alternative to Punishment Ways ..."
Host: Brian Purnell, MEd, LPC, NCC, ACS, LPCS
"This group runs for several weeks to assist children and teens to deal with bullying in the school and the neighborhood. It will equip the student with strategies and empower parenting to recognize signs. Also, give the parents a model ..."
Love and Logic Parenting
Host: Robert B Mitchell, LPC, CEAP, CLC
"In our Love and Logic seminar I draw directly from the work of Jim Fay and Foster Cline, MD., and their landmark books: Parenting (children or teens) With Love and Logic. This innovative approach to parenting was written for everyday ..."
The Mindly Group, PLLC
Host: Stephanie Phillips, LPC, NCC, CCTP
"At Mindly, we strive to take today's most effective forms of treatment and give them extreme makeovers with the hope that what results is a highly effective, yet engaging, approach to services. While we are more than happy to provide ..."
Adjusting to Disability: A Group for Parents
Host: Rose Reif, MS, LPCA, CRC
"Begins January 15, 2015, lasts 8 weeks. Learning that a child has a disability can be life changing. The emotions can be overwhelming; grief, anger, and denial can overshadow hope. New information and services can feel like a maze that's ..."
Mothers Support Group
Host: Michelle Chiaramonte, LCSW, MA
"Please join us for interesting topics, sharing of experiences, and therapeutic guidance in a supportive, non-judgmental setting. We will discuss boundaries, stress, parenting, and relationships among many other topics. All philosophies are welcome! Group begins May 15, 2013. Please visit ..."
Fathers Support Group
Host: Tony Delmedico, MA, LMFT
"This support group is for any father interested in exploring what it means to be a dad in today's world, or for dads who are struggling in any way. In exploring the depths of fatherhood, you will discover how to ..."
Navigating your child's eating disorder treatment
Host: Karen Catoe, MPH, MSW, LCSW
"Recovery from disordered eating is often a confusing and emotionally draining journey for parents and caregivers. This group will allow parents to explore questions related to the development and causes of an eating disorder, effective outpatient treatment, deciding when more ..."
Post Natal Family Adjustment Group
Host: Marie Francis, MA, LPC, LCAS, NCC
"As an experienced Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist and Life Coach, I have discovered that there is an increasing need for a resource for women who may be having difficulty managing emotional irregularity during pregnancy, following the birth ..."
Host: Pamela Mecca Seymour, MSEd, LPC
"This is a brief, focused informational group for Moms who have been diagnosed with ADHD. The group is designed to help participant's learn about their own ADHD, how it effects their parenting, and ways to make positive change. At the ..."
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Adult DBT Skills Group
Host: Lindsi A Hines, MDiv, LCAS
"NEXT GROUP STARTS: Jan 21, 2015. Group will address Mindfulness, Emotion Regulation, Interpersonal Effectiveness and Distress Tolerance. It will meet weekly for 16 weeks. Group members may join in between each module, if space allows. A discount will be offered ..."
Social Skills Groups for Boys and Girls
Host: Christopher Ricci, PhD
"We incorporate: Interventio ns based on the latest research for Social Skills Development. Groups are conducted by Dr. Ricci and Dr. Schnitzer together and include: Developing coping skills. Classroom success. Making and keeping friends. Dealing with anger. Understanding feelings and emotions. Overcoming fears and shyness. Building self-esteem. Positive communication. Bullying prevention. Solving ..."
Women's General Therapy Group
Host: Holly Cox, PhD, LMFT, CHT
"These groups are interpersonal process groups for women. We focus on topics including trust, developing, maintaining and sometimes ending relationships, boundaries and expressing and managing emotions. Group provides time for learning and practicing practical life and communication skills. Everyone is ..."
Healing Your Relationship With Food
Host: Eve Cribbs, LCSW
"The program is designed for compulsive overeaters and bulimics. It is a three hour intense session with information, exercises and interactions aimed at reducing the obsession with dieting, body image and exercise. It is non-diet in approach and focuses on ..."
Starting over: When a relationship ends
Host: Sheri Leider,LCSW, PLLC
"STARTING OVER WHEN YOUR RELATIONSHIP ENDS Are you recently separated divorced or widowed? Are you having a difficult time adjusting? Sheri Leider and Keisha Bryan, Licensed Clinical Social Workers are starting a support group for those adults which will run ..."
Host: Allison Grubbs, LCSW, LCAS
"Being a teen girl is a conflicting experience. Pressure to be perfect is exhausting, while the feelings of being "not enough" and constant self-judging are pervasive. The desire to fit in is overwhelming. Through engaging, creative, hands-on exercises, teens discover ..."
Host: Robert B Mitchell, LPC, CEAP, CLC
"Group counseling is encouraged for those who have had and are struggling with difficult relationships and circumstances or painful childhood experiences. The advantage of group therapy is the ability to bond with group members and create trusting relationships. In addition ..."
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Parenting Therapy Groups
If you're looking for help with parenting in Raleigh or for a Raleigh parenting Therapy Group these professionals provide therapy for parents. They include parenting Therapy Groups, parenting psychologists, parenting psychotherapists and parenting counselors. They can help with single parents Group Therapy, Raleigh single parenting, parent involvement, child parenting, new parents, parent education and general issues relating to parents and children.
Raleigh Support Groups and Group Therapy
Group therapy takes many forms. The groups are variously referred to (often interchangeably) as Raleigh counseling groups, Raleigh support groups, Raleigh mutual support groups or peer support groups, self help groups, stress coping groups, workshops and mental health groups. They are moderated by a professional group counselor, group therapist or group psychologist and generally focus on a specific issue or client profile (e.g. men or women etc).
Before joining a Raleigh support group, first see if the issue focus is consistent with your needs. If there are no groups offering support around your issue, feel free to contact these professionals in Raleigh to ask for a referral to alternative groups nearby.