SPARK // TEEN GIRLS GROUP

counseling therapy

A comprehensive intake evaluation is necessary before entry into any group unless you are an established client. There is ongoing open enrollment for all groups, which is subject to availability. Groups typically run for 12 consecutive weekly sessions. After this time, new participants can join, existing participants can choose to continue for the next group cycle or leave the group. 

SPARK // IS A PROGRAM FOR TEEN GIRLS AGES 13 TO 18 YEARS OF AGE WHO STRUGGLE:

+ TO FIND A HEALTHY BALANCE IN LIFE

+ NAVIGATING THROUGH YOUNG ADULT LIFE CHANGES

+ FREQUENTLY EXPERIENCE CONFLICT AT HOME + SCHOOL

+ WANT TO ACHIEVE STABILITY IN THEIR RELATIONSHIPS

Benefits of SPARK:

> empowered to make better choices 

> develop appropriate + practical coping skills for navigating tough times

> freedom to explore/express emotions in a safe + supported space

> confront fear + anxiety in a healthy way

> learn how to communicate more effectively

SPARK is an ongoing weekly therapy group that meets on Tuesdays from 7 to 8:30. 

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Ready to get started?

There are currently openings for motivated + invested teens who are looking for a safe space to process difficult feelings, understand they're not alone in their struggles, gain personalized skills they need to move towards a happy, healthy life.

Is your teen ready for a big shift in thinking + behavior? If so, apply for a parent screening call to see if your teen is a good fit for group. I will contact you directly to explore the next steps for your teen.

Name *
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Phone Number *
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Describe your teen's biggest challenges for which you are seeking support: *
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What goals do you have for your teen? Or what skills would you like for them to acquire? *
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Is your teen able to sit through an 1.5 hour group without additional supports? *
Groups are ongoing with a commitment of 3 months at $60 per session or $180/month. Given this information, is this a committment you're able to make for your teen? *