Teen Girls Coping Skills Group
This girls only group teaches Dialectic Behavioral Therapy (DBT) skills to assist in emotional regualtion and mindfulness.
Balancing your emotions in an unbalanced world.
Dialectic Behavioral Therapy (DBT) is an evidence based, nationally proven curriculum for counseling disorders and symptoms that are resistant to talk therapy alone. DBT will give supportive relationships, talk therapy for insight, but most importantly it teaches skills- over 40 of them. The combination of learning new skills with a safe, validating environment gives your teenager an opportunity to not only survive and cope, but thrive like never before.
Who should attend?
Teenage girls (ages 13-18) struggling with anger and aggression, anxiety, relationship issues, depression and self harm.
At the completion of our six month session you can expect your teenager to have:
- Understanding of mindfulness
- Distress tolerance
- Emotional Regulation
- Interpersonal Effectiveness
Led by Jayme Randolph, LMSW and Jackie Gray, LLMSW
Jayme is a Licensed Social Worker (LMSW) and has worked in the mental health field since receiving a Bachelors Degree from Eastern Michigan University in 2006. Jackie is a Limited Licensed Social Worker (LLMSW) and has worked in the mental health field since receiving her Master of Social Work degree from Wayne State University in 2015.
Times & Locations
Clinton Twp: Tuesdays 7:30- 9:00 PM
24401 Capital Blvd.,
Clinton Township, MI
Port Huron: Thursdays 7:30 – 9:00 PM
3847 Pine Grove Ave.,
Fort Gratiot, MI
$30 per session – Most insurances accepted, some scholarships available.