Does this sound familiar?
"My teen won't talk to me"
"My teen won't listen to me"
When every conversation seems to turn into an argument and you worry about what's really going on with them, what does your family need?
If you are hoping for less intense arguments or strategies to stay calm in times of stress and frustration, we can help. We will guide you in developing a common language within your family that will be more effective in navigating difficult moments. Curious? Keep reading.
A Family Healing Workshop
This 10-week online workshop will walk your family through lessons in communication, mindfulness, problem-solving, and more! Connect with your family on a deeper level and learn the skills needed to make this upcoming school year the best yet!
Sessions take place on a secure, web-based, video service where you’ll meet weekly with your therapist and the other families in your cohort.
Therapy for the whole family, right from your couch.
- Experience improved communication between family members
- Overcome conflict within the family system & learn how to support your teen
- Build tolerance for stressful situations and increase emotional regulation
- Learn mindfulness skills and participate as a family in healthy coping
- Help your teens create and maintain healthy relationships outside the family
Limited spots available!
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Curious About How It Works?
Check out our frequently asked questions below
Our family healing workshop will launch on September 21st, meaning that your family can have reduced conflict by the holidays!
This workshop is set to take place every Wednesday at 6:30 for 10 weeks.
If you’ve been in therapy before (with us or another provider), do you remember having the thought as your therapist was talking, “I wish my mom/partner/brother/grandparent or someone else in the family was hearing this”? Often we learn really valuable things in therapy but have a hard time bringing them back with us into our life at home. This group is meant to help bridge that gap.
There is built-in accountability when your family shows up to group together and learns together. Beyond that, we’re building a shared language that can be incredibly helpful as your family navigates the challenging adolescent years.
Our family skills group is a great option for families with teens of all ages who are dealing with the normal challenges of adolescence. Teens with substance abuse concerns or those demonstrating other high-risk behaviors are not appropriate for this group. If that is the case, our client care coordinator can help you get connected with appropriate care. Teens must also give consent to participate in the group.
As this is a 100% virtual therapy group, this is a great option for those who have a very busy schedule and a number of family members’ schedules to coordinate.
Each session will follow the curriculum as designed by the group’s facilitator, Dave White, LPC.
Sessions will last 90 minutes approximately and follow the following structure:
Opening Mindfulness Activity – 15-20 min
Homework/Treatment Recommendation Review – 15-20 min
Skill Instruction – 40-55 min
Weekly Homework Assignment – 5-10 min
Identify a suitable room that is quiet, private, and free of outside distractions and interruptions. Ideally, you’re able to connect from a desktop and position it so that each family member is within the frame. Outdoor spaces can work as well!
To keep background noise to a minimum, make sure to close any doors, shut windows, turn off the television, and keep loud pets in another room if possible. Put your phone on airplane mode and encourage your teens to do the same.
Just like a face-to-face appointment, your Telehealth visit will be private and confidential. All video calls are conducted through our practice management system which uses a HIPAA compliant software so your information and video conference will be secure and 100% Private. None of our appointments will ever be recorded or stored.
Guarantees of confidentiality and professionalism are offered by our facilitators, however, due to the nature of group therapy, there is a potential that group members may not respect the confidentiality of sessions to the highest degree. This has not been an issue in the past, however, we believe it’s important to be informed of the risks.
These sessions will be billed as “Group Therapy” and each member will be individually responsible for their co-pay, co-insurance or out-of-pocket fee.
We do accept Out-of-Network and In-Network insurance. We often find that Out-of-Network mental health coverage is comparable to In-Network mental health coverage so do not be discouraged if we are not In-Network with your plan. Our administrative team will collect your insurance information, verify coverage for you and ensure you understand the cost of services before the group is set to begin.
We are in-network with Cigna, Optum, United Healthcare and Oxford.
We are committed to making therapy services accessible to the community. Therefore, we have implemented a billing system for Out-of-Network clients that is atypical in that, once we verify your coverage, you will only be billed for your coinsurance. You will not be billed for the full fee up-front; solely the percentage of the fee as stated on your insurance plan. Additionally, we also submit and process all the billing, relieving the client of that task. *Clients are responsible for any balance that insurance does not pay.
Other Types Of Therapy Your Family Might Need
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Teens & Young Adults
Social and academic pressures, family conflict, depression, anxiety, LGBTQ+ concerns, school refusal, lack of motivation, family conflict, body image issues, self-esteem, stress management, bullying, transitioning to college
Dysfunctional Patterns of relating, Coping with Loss, Ineffective Communication, Addiction Challenges, Mental Health Challenges, Trauma, Natural Disaster, Relocation, Isolation, Life Changes
Mindful, Positive & Effective Parenting Solutions for: Tantrums, Anger, Whining, Aggression, Disrespectful Behavior, School Refusal, Foster-care, Adoption
Anxiety, Stress, Depression, Anger, Panic-attacks, Grief, Trauma, Loss of motivation, Job loss, Job stress, Feeling “Lost” or “Stuck”, Relationship struggles, Low self-esteem, Powerlessness, Life Change