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Preteens / Tweens (11 to 13) Therapy Groups in Connecticut (CT)
Asperger's Social Skills Group Ages 10 to 14
Host: ProviderCare Plus ~ Clincial Psychology Group
"Conducted by Kate Hanley, PhD: "Social relationships can be a great source of stress and anxiety for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and their families. Such difficulties can impede independent functioning in society so it is critical that parents, teachers, ..."
Squashing the Chatterbox
Host: Brittany Finkeldey, MA, LPC
"The pressure to fit in and be "good enough" can quickly become overwhelming. Girls learn these messages from our "chatterboxes" i.e.; social media, television, and from each other. That's why we've created this innovative group for 7th and 8th girls. ..."
Coping Skills Group for Children of Divorce
Host: Laura Toce, PsyD
"Krista Stiebel, LCSW, will facilitate a this group which will provide support and strategies for children ages 11-14 experiencing the effects of divorce. Strategies will include appropriate expression of feelings and healthy coping mechanisms. Please contact Dr. Laura Toce (860-944-4228) for ..."
Preteen Coping Skill/Self Esteem Group
Host: Jennifer Fairchild Coaching and Therapy
"Back by popular demand by the kids! Small group focusing on meeting others, expressing and identifying feelings, how to handle bullying and mean people, standing up for yourself, boundaries, anger and stress management. The group is a positive group, focusing ..."
Creatively Me!: A Self-Esteem Building Group
Host: Kyle Barreuther, MAAT
"This interactive creative therapy group is for boys and girls ages 11-14* who struggle with low self-esteem or could simply benefit from reinforcement in an environment that fosters further development of self-esteem and resilience. We utilize art making, creative play ..."
Parenting Support for Parents of Middle Schoolers
Host: Susan G Raphael, LMFT
"The middle school years can be especially challenging as youngsters assert their independence. As the pressures of school and friends combine with the confusing physical changes of this time, parents often wonder what has happened to their children. Support from ..."
Teen Support Group
Host: Kathryn M Tkacz, MA, LMFT, CHT
"This is a peer support group facilitated by Kathryn Tkacz, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. It is specifically devoted for the needs of our tween/ teen girls. We encourage and teach creative emotional expression, healthy coping skills and empower self ..."
Social Skills Group -7th through 9th grades
Host: Jonathan Swift, PhD, LCSW
"Social Skills Group target skills include meeting others, knowing when to talk and when to listen, identifying emotions, appropriate body language, stress and anger management, social problem solving, appropriate behavior with the family, accepting parenting and boundaries, sibling relationships, and ..."
Middle School Girls Group
Host: Gayle Skovron, LCSW-R, RRT
"Middle School Girls Group offering solutions, support and education about issues of relationships, bullying, anxiety, peer issues, family,academics and all stressors that can occur during middle school years. The Group decides the topics to be discussed in conjunction with therapists input. "
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Honor Your True Nature - Women's Support Group
Host: Jeanne C. Folks, DMin, LPC
"Are you often telling yourself to not say things or do things a certain way? Do you think, "I'm too loud." I'm too quiet." "I'm scattered." "I'm obsessed with details." "I'm too soft." "I'm too hard." "I've got to be ..."
"HEALING COURAGEOSULY" Private 2-Day-Intensive:
Host: Yamel Corcoll-Iglesias, MA, LMFT
"A profound program that serves as an oasis when there is a breach of trust or betrayal. This program helps partners redirect erratic emotions and regain and restore a sense of sanity, which leads partners to uphold what matters most, ..."
Host: Vince Benevento, LPC
"At Causeway Collaborative, we help students bridge the gap between potential and outcome. With a team focused on creating a safe, open environment for growth, we work to understand the context of each individual student. In that setting, we focus ..."
Teen Zone: a therapist-led support group for kids.
Host: Mary Dobson, MA, LMFT, CEDS
"TEEN ZONE is a therapist-led support group for adolescents ages 13-19, created in order to build a community of caring, empathetic peer-relationships for area teens, while addressing critical social and developmental issues in an informal, but clinical, setting. Beginning October ..."
Trauma focus -Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Host: Alejandra Hochstedler-Stipo, MS, LPC, NBCCH, HS
"Group Services provided include the following: * Assessment. If patient does not meet criteria for this level of care, Alejandra will support a referral to the right level of care * Ten groups sessions * Two individual sessions with discharge ..."
Host: New Song Counseling
"Having good boundaries is essential if we are to have healthy, harmonious relationships with others. The goal of this 9 session video series is to help participants learn to recognize the importance of setting appropriate boundaries and to feel comfortable ..."
LPC Supervision Group
Host: Michael Stokes, MS, LPC
"I am starting a Professional Counselor (LPC) Supervision Group that will include a mixture of Interns and Masters graduates of different levels of knowledge and experience in the field of mental health counseling. For students currently enrolled in a Masters ..."
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Preteens / Tweens (11 to 13) Therapy Groups
The Preteen or tween years (ages 11-13) are a transitional period when the physical and psychological changes that occur in adolescence begin.
For help with preteens or for a Connecticut (CT) preteen Therapy Group these Connecticut (CT) preteen Therapy Groups provide help with preteen development issues. They include preteen Therapy Groups in Connecticut (CT), preteen psychologists, and preteen counselors. They can help with preteen behavior, preteen learning and preteen body image issues.
They'll also help with tweens in Connecticut (CT), communicating and understanding your tween tween body imageconcerns.
Connecticut (CT) Support Groups and Group Therapy
Group therapy takes many forms. The groups are variously referred to (often interchangeably) as Connecticut (CT) counseling groups, Connecticut (CT) support groups, Connecticut (CT) 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 Connecticut (CT) 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 Connecticut (CT) to ask for a referral to alternative groups nearby.