Group Therapy session for youths ages 9 to 12 years old with Maryam.
♦ For youths experiencing:
Body image issues
Difficulty setting boundaries
Challenges with self-compassion
Six Thursdays – 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
January 19th, 2023
January 26th, 2023
February 2nd, 2023
February 9th, 2023
February 16th, 2023
February 23rd, 2023
5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
Alpine Counselling Clinic/Satellite location
1285 W. Broadway – Conference room
♦ With Whom:
Maryam Abdipour MA., RCC who specializes in working with kids, youths and teens at the Alpine Clinic.
♦ How to Register:
Click on the button below and Maryam will call you for an interview.
$90.00 per session. Payable each week – (whether you attend or not).
♦ Group size:
Six participants maximum
♦ What is Group Therapy?
Group therapy is a form of counselling in which one or two therapists work with a number of clients simultaneously.
By providing emotionally and physically safe spaces, therapists facilitating group therapy for youths can introduce discussions and explore issues that young people are often uncomfortable addressing.
♦ The Power of Group Interaction
One of the most powerful aspects of Group Therapy is the importance of peer interaction as a tool for healing and recovery.
Through group sessions, participants will learn to properly communicate their ideas, build trust and grow through various activities.
Activities in group therapy can promote communication and personal growth.
Group activities, role-playing and various games will build trust amongst group members and help develop better social skills.
Youths also find relief and peace in knowing that they’re not the only ones that struggle with these kinds of thoughts, beliefs, behaviors, or symptoms and therefore helps them not to feel as isolated or “weird” compared to their peers.
This group will help:
Relieve distress through discussing and expressing feelings.
Learn and implement strategies to improve emotional functioning.
Help change attitudes, behaviours and habits that may be unhelpful and unproductive.
Promote more constructive and adaptive ways of coping.