Virtual Teen Mental Health Group

Teen Mental Health Group

“Anything that’s human is mentionable, and anything that is mentionable can be more manageable. When we can talk about our feelings, they become less overwhelming, less upsetting, and less scary.” – Fred Rogers

This  teen group is a psycho-educational support group covering a variety of topics that teens may be exploring or experiencing in their lives. Each teen, accompanied with a parent or adult caregiver, will explore a variety of topics including: management of family, peer, and partner expectations; self-identity and self-reflection; dealing with difficult situations and emotions; and many more. Teens attending this group must be at least 16 years old.

What to expect:

The teen mental health psychoeducational and support group places an emphasis on teen involvement in discussions of topics. It is important for the teen to take the lead to ensure their voices are heard. Parent/Guardian are present in group to encourage and support their teen to be involved with the learning and sharing process as much as the youth is comfortable. It is also important for parents to debrief with their youth after a session to support them through their group experiences.

Worksheets will be sent for the entire series upon signing up for your first group. These worksheets are meant to be done in-group, and no prior preparation for group is needed.  

Tuesday Evenings 

5:00pm-7:00pm

May 10, 2022-June 7, 2022

You will receive the link to access this virtual session, one day prior. Please ensure you check your spam folder for this email. 

 

 

Teen Mental Health Group

This  group is facilitated by Kimberly Masliuk Giddings, RCSW, Clinical Director, and Emilly Charleson, RSW.

What We Offer

Drop-In Support Groups and Workshops

We offer drop-in support groups and workshops, free of charge- courtesy of our funders and sponsors.