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Youth & Adolescent Skill Building Program

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Self-Esteem, Awareness, Diversity, Leadership, Managing Drama, & Regulating Emotions

This program is developed to help increase self-esteem, self-worth, and awareness of ourselves and those around us.   Learning about our strengths and differences can also be a valuable tool to aide our confidence, help create healthy boundaries, and develop healthy relationships with others.  Drama at any age can be difficult to manage.  Learning about drama, its cycles and influences in our lives, and what to do about it to become more open and resourceful can begin to help us develop lifelong benefits.  And lastly, by learning mindfulness, distress tolerance, interpersonal skills, and emotion regulation skills, we can set ourselves up for success in even the most challenging situations.

Written material, classroom discussion, and an opportunity to PRACTICE these skills will be provided to deepen the learning for participants.

Dates:  Upon Request

Price:  $70/session


To Register your adolescent, please contact:

Amber Burkhardt-Sidebottom, LMSW

734-276-2765 or

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