CLM Child & Adolescent Groups
CLM's Child, Adolescent and Family services regularly offer a number of psycho-therapeutic and skill-building groups focused on helping children and teens attain success. Led by children's clinicians, the groups are geared to specific age groups and cover a variety of topics. Being a part of a therapeutic group can be a profound, powerful and helpful experience for children and teens. For more informaton on groups, topics and to register, please call Jolene Carr at 603.965.0644.
In upcoming sessions, group topics being offered include:
Social skills development
Socially Savvy (Ages 10-13)
Topics focus on healthy ways to develop relationships, leadership and teamwork skills to connect and communicate with others in a respectful and effective way. Covered by Medicaid and most major health plans.
Exploring Empathy (Ages 11-14)
Exploring Empathy teaches youth how to be thoughtful, compassionate, and sensitive to others by developing skills to understand emotions, perspectives and ways to treat others with respect. Covered by Medicaid and most major insurances.
Be FabYOUlous- Girls Empowerment Group (Ages 11-14)
Be FabYOUlous will teach and reinforce skills that support healthy self-esteem, confidence, communication and social skill development. Participants will have opportunities to be inspired, express individuality, discover their unlimited potential and empower others by collaborating with peers in this interactive group. Activities include creation of self-portraits, mindfulness jars, compliment bags, journaling, connecting to music …. and more! Covered by Medicaid and most major insurances.
Triumph Over Tantrums (Ages 5-9)
To learn how anger is a natural emotion, recognize feelings of anger, skills to decrease verbal and physical aggression, calm self, and resolve conflict. Covered by Medicaid and most major health plans.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy
Finding the Middle Path (Ages 13-18)
Treat unhealthy and self-destructive behaviors in the areas of self-harm, over or under eating, drug or alcohol use, and dependence on physical activity through DBT. Five skill sets will be taught including: Mindfulness, Distress Tolerance, Walking the Middle Path, Emotion Regulation, and Interpersonal Effectiveness. There is a special parent/natural support component that runs simultaneously to “coach” supports with skills. Covered by Medicaid and most major health plans.