Child Groups

Support groups and services for  adolescents and children!!

Benefits of Child or Adolescent Group Counseling

• encourages self-expression
• develops self-confidence
• cultivates problem solving skills
• develops and strengthens social skills
• restores appropriate behaviors
• promotes open communication

Current Groups Being offered:

Children’s General Mental Health: Wednesday 4pm – 5pm

Currently Full – call the office to be put on a call back list

Children and adolescents come to therapy for differing reasons. For the most part, therapy for children and adolescents focuses on how the child/adolescent is relating with their family members, teachers, and peers.  General mental health groups are being run for school age children groups by ages 5 to 8 and 9 to 12.


Lego Group – Tuesdays 4pm – 5pm

Accepting new members – call the office to join

Lego’s are used to help children with anxiety and other mental challenges facilitate social communication skills while making interpersonal relationships.


Taming Tigger’s Bounce – Wednesdays 5:15pm – 6:15pm

Accepting new members – call the office to join

Newly developed  group for children diagnosed, or struggling with symptoms of ADHD for children ages 5-8.


Autism Support:

Support for Teens – The challenges of being a teen are hard enough as is, but add having Asperger’s syndrome to the list and you have a whole new formula.  Bring your teen to this supportive environment to learn to interact and practice their newly acquired skills while engage with other kids.  These skills are bound to help your child build the confidence and drive to make new friends and WANT to socialize in the future.  Your child will walk away feeling armed for a successful future.

Stepping Stones for Children – A social skills building group for Children ages 6 to 8; and 9 to 12.  There are many theories out there with beliefs on the most effective way to teach children social skills.  Some believe teaching a child in a classroom style setting is most effective, while others believe it is more effective to follow the lead of the child waiting for natural moments to occur where they are able to utilize social skills.  In Stepping Stones group curriculum for children and adolescents with Asperger’s Syndrome, written and developed by Molly Gratton, LCSW, RPT-S, a combination of both a behavioral approach and a developmental approach is utilized.  

Call the  office for Payment information.  Days and times of each group vary based on availability.  Call to arrange for your child’s participation today!