CBT-based Skills Training Groups for kids ages 7 - 12

Kids 'Worry-free' Club: A CBT & MIndfulness Skills Training Group for Kids With Worries

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Who?

*Boys and Girls

Space is Limited (8 kids)

When?

Tuesdays 3:30 - 4:20

Ongoing

Cost?
$100/session

(paid in 8-session packages)


*Brief phone screening with parent to determine child's fit

Well done for making it this far on your quest for what's right for your child's well-being!

 

Dr. Hartman often recommends a CBT-based Skills Training Group for kids as one of those valuable 'growing-up' experiences, whether as part of treatment and/or for enrichment.

 

Our MRC Clinicians provide CBT-based Skills Training Groups for kids on the topics of anxiety, social-emotional learning (SEL) and ways to support your child's CBT work. Our Skills Groups are 50-minutes starting with (1) review of homework from the prior week, (2) a 'skill of the week' lesson and (3) practice of the new skill. Some skills take only one session to learn whereas other skills may be taught across several weeks. All of our groups are play- and art-based, designed to inspire children to be engaged and empowered in their journey to well-being.

Registration for our CBT -based Skills Training Groups include:

  • a hand-out to parents with a list of skills/week and brief descriptions and 'how tos' for homework and practice

  • quarterly parent meetings to review skills and offer the opportunity for parents to connect and have questions answered

  • quarterly 'parent-check-in' to update about each child's needs and progress.

  • this is NOT a 'process' group' - there is limited private sharing of personal experiences... this group is a place to learn skills for feeling good and worrying less.

 

Contact us to discuss the possibility of a CBT-based Skills Training Group for your child.

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