Group Therapy

Coping Skills for Kids

This group is designed for kids between the ages of 6-9 who have some difficulty regulating his/her emotions. If your child is quick to anger or worries a lot, this group is for them. Not only will they learn practical strategies to manage their emotions, they will also understand that learning how to manage emotions is a normal part of life. Understanding that emotions can be confusing and overwhelming can decrease shame and increase your child’s ability to understand her/his emotions and get support.

For more information on this group, including upcoming schedule, please contact Kim at 612-845-0316.

Parenting from the Heart

Do you find yourself wishing for a more peaceful family life? In this group, parents will be provided with information about how to support their child’s emotional development by managing challenging behaviors in a loving and effective way. You will gain skills about how to identify your child’s emotional needs, which are often expressed through inappropriate behaviors, and learn ways to reinforce appropriate and expected behaviors.

For more information on this group, including upcoming schedule, please contact Paula at 952-237-2162

Girls Group

This group is for girls aged 9-12 and seeks to empower girls by improving self-awareness, coping skills and insight on issues such as friendships, communication, problem solving, coping skill, self-esteem and identity. Participants will have the opportunity to talk about important issues in a safe environment. Through participation in a group she will experience and understand that she not alone and participants will be supported to develop problem solving skills and healthy decision making.

For more information on this group, including upcoming schedule, please contact Kim at 612-845-0316.

Parenting Preteen Girls (ages 9 – 12)

Does your preteen daughter seem to be changing overnight? Do you find yourself describing her being “9/10/11/12 years old, going on 30”? Preteens are experiencing many changes that result in a growing interest in peer influences and an increasing desire to be more independent from you. Learn how you can support your preteen through these various changes in ways that foster their independence yet continue to maintain a loving and respectful parent/child connection. Develop ways of communicating that help keep the lines of communication open.

For more information on this group, including upcoming schedule, please contact Paula at 952-237-2162