Counseling means hope.
School-Based Groups for Students
FamilyMeans school-based clinicians lead small group sessions for students seeking support in the following areas:
- Children in Transition: Provides support and coping strategies for elementary students dealing with parental separation or divorce.
- Youth in Transition: Provides support and coping strategies for secondary students to learn about divorce and separation in their family
- Anxiety Group: Students learn signs and symptoms of anxiety, how their brains react to it and coping strategies.
- Depression Group: Students learn signs and symptoms of depression, how their brains react to it and coping strategies.
- Mindfulness 101: Students learn what mindfulness is and how to use it. Participants practice techniques to use in daily life to reduce distress and increase calm.
- Emotion Identification and Regulation: Students learn how to identify and appropriately express emotions throughout childhood and adolescence, as well as ways to cope and respond to their emotions.
- Healthy Relationship and Social Skills: Elementary students focus on building healthy friendships. Middle and High School students focus on healthy peer and romantic relationships. They all learn the key elements to healthy relationships including communication, respect and what signs to be aware of that may indicate an unhealthy situation.
To learn more about student group sessions or make an appointment call 651-439-4840.
“It was nice to finally know that I was not the only one going through this.”
“I learned ways to cope with the feelings and frustrations I was having with my family. I also realized my friends were going through the same thing.”
What else might be helpful?
Learn about parent resources that can be used to help support your child.
Family counseling can provide support for your child as the family as a whole works through presenting issues.