Groups/Clubs for our 4th/5th Grade Boys
~ Led by Fun Psychotherapists specializing in skills-based services to grow lasting confidence ~
COULD YOUR 4TH OR 5TH GRADE SON BENEFIT FROM A NURTURING, THERAPEUTIC
MENTOR TO SUPPORT THEIR DEVELOPING FRIENDSHIP, SELF-AWARENESS,
IMPULSIVITY OR EMOTION REGULATION SKILLS?
~ IF YES, OUR 'CONFIDENCE + COPING' GROUPS/CLUBS CAN HELP! ~
“This is a therapy-like group program that doesn't feel too therapy-ish to my 4TH GRADER... it's more like a Club in that they do activities but run by therapist mentors, they support him coming out of his shell, being a good friend and keeping himself 'in check'. To him, it's fun and supportive. To us parents, he's learning skills that helps him grow. I'm telling everyone about it!“
For boys who might sometimes experience...
Getting too stressed, emotions get big
Limited group activities because 'something' blocks them from the joy of it
Anxiety, i.e. avoidance, withdrawal, self-imposed pressure or shyness
Friendship drama that can complicate things
Paid in 8-week packages ($920)
ONLY 1 SPOT LEFT
Being bright & kind-hearted but struggles with sensitivity, boredom, impulsivity or transitions
Benefits for your son include...
Learning coping skills using arts/crafts, science & games rooted in Cognitive-Behavioral & Mindfulness Techniques
Growing a 'tool kit' alongside 4 - 6 like-minded young dudes with varying interests and goals
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SPACE IS LIMITED!
Getting support 'stretching' their comfort zone so that they can have skills to manage everything
that comes their way
Growing confidence and feel a sense of acceptance and belonging
“At first, my son was reluctant because he didn't know anyone...
so was I to be honest. Thank you so much for designing everything the way you do.
He not only warmed up, he stayed the whole year and both of us frequently
remarked how the group was a positive influence.“
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