Adolescent Psychodrama Group
Topics discussed include social anxiety, depression, self-harm, family conflicts, relationship issues, self-worth and self-esteem. This is an open group in which clients are welcome to join at any time. Psychodrama is a form of experiential therapy in which clients are invited to engage in conversations with the various parts of themselves and can “act out” conflicts that are impacting their lives. Psychodrama allows clients to view inner conflicts from another perspective and truly gives life to the possibilities of recovery, empowerment, creativity, and acts as a catalyst for change.
Weekly groups held on:
Tuesday from 6:00 to 7:15 pm. Appropriate for pre-teens and teens ages 12-15.
Wednesday from 2:00 to 3:30 pm. Appropriate for teens ages 16-18.
Teen Survivors Group
This group is available for female survivors of sexual assault, childhood abuse and neglect, and dating violence. The goal of this group is to provide resources on boundary setting, coping skills, empowerment, and to enhance emotional and physical safety. The group will utilize a combination of creative arts and experiential techniques to include art therapy, drama therapy, experiential team-building exercises, among several others. Client and parents will meet with Chelsi for a consultation to assess appropriateness for the group.
Teen Survivors Group is a 12-week session with a limit of 6-8 participants.