Child & Adolescent Groups

Acute Care Services
can be reached 24/7
603-434-1577 Option 1

Helping children and teens attain success

CLM’s Child, Adolescent and Family services regularly offers 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 including anxiety disorders, anger management, self-esteem, social skills, substance use, grief/loss, dialectic behavioral therapy, emotional regulation. Being a part of a therapeutic group can be a profound, powerful and helpful experience for children and teens.

Groups are covered by most major health plans, co-pays may apply. Self-payment is also an option and if interested, should be discussed when registering.

To enroll in one of the groups listed below please contact the Access to Care Department at 603-434-1577.

At this time, all groups are being held via Telehealth on Microsoft TEAMS. In upcoming sessions, group topics being offered include:

Ways to Wellness (Ages 14-17)

This six-week psychoeducational group will shed light on ways clients can focus on their mental health through their physical health. Each week clients will focus on aspects of their lives such as nutrition, physical activity, mindfulness, coping techniques for mental health, support and more. Covered by Medicaid and most health plans, co-pay may apply.

Ocean of Emotions (Ages 7-10)

This six-week group is about exploring emotions and feelings. Each week participants will learn about a new emotion and talk about how we feel, think, and act when we experience these different feelings. The goal of this group is to understand ourselves better and how to identify and manage feelings when they happen. Covered by Medicaid and most health plans, co-pay may apply.

Oceans of emotions

7 Challenges (Ages 16-26)

In this six- week group participants will learn The Seven Challenges for young adults that incorporates work on alcohol and other drugs problems. It is designed to motivate youth and young adults to evaluate their lives, consider changes they may wish to make, and then success in implementing the desired changes. Covered by Medicaid and most health plans, co-pay may apply.

Ready to make an appointment?

We’re here to help. Please call (603) 434-1577, option 2 between 8:30 a.m.- 5:00 p.m. weekdays to reach our Access to Care department. You’ll speak with one of our friendly Access to Care Specialists who will gather information to determine how to best address your concerns.

Please call our main office to schedule appointments.

Call (603) 434-1577

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