Our group programs emphasize meeting students where they are, both physically and mentally, and afford sufficient flexibility to adapt to the unique needs of the participants.
We take into careful consideration each student’s background, including; gender, language, cultural differences, past trauma, personal experiences and beliefs.
Group Program Types
General Support Groups
Groups are tailored to the needs of students, with a focus on helping them process their concerns, questions, and attitudes in a productive manner in order to promote positive communication, healthy relationships and character development.
Restorative Circles & Mediation
This program provides an immediate debrief and mediation when conflicts occur amongst students. This intervention is a “first line of defense” in reducing issues including, but not limited to, bullying, interpersonal conflict, and aggressive or violent behavior on campus.
Mending Matters provides crisis response and debrief on school campuses to assist after a community tragedy or critical incident. The structure of this support varies based on the event(s) that occurred.
Topics We Address
Substance Use: Prevention and Education
Alternatives to Smoking/Vaping
Bullying/Cyberbullying and Harassment
Students Served in the 2019-2020 School Year
Mental Health Services Provided
Students Seen for Group Therapy
Don’t Just Take It From Us
“ I felt like I wasn’t alone, there were people who understood my pain and therefore everything didn’t seem so bad.
“ I was actually talked to like a person not a problem.
“ I was able to work through my problems effectively and reflect on my choices. I enjoyed group sessions because it was nice to get multiple perspectives on advice and make new friends.
Don’t See What You’re Looking For?
We have the ability to create programs tailored to your school’s needs. Contact us to learn more about how we can support your school and community!