Kids Club for Elementary Students

 

The Kids Club group focuses on helping Elementary School boys and girls develop coping and social competence skills. Using our group slogan of “I’m an Awesome Kid and I can be a Success!”, we work together on self-control, self-esteem, and relationship skills. Group topics include anger control, managing worries, making bad days better, focusing and paying attention, and others. Kids Club offers a fun and engaging environment where kids can learn and grow together!

Currently, we have two Kids Club groups.

  • Kids Club for Older Elementary students (4th and 5th grade) is led by Dr. Sheppard & Melissa Steinkamp, BA.
  • Kids Club for Younger Elementary students (1st through 3rd grades) is led by Dr. Thieneman &  Jonathan Bauman, BA.
 

Middle School Group Program

 

The Middle School group focuses on helping Middle School boys and girls develop better skills for coping and social competence. Navigating the space between childhood and adolescence can be tricky. Group offers a safe place to improve self-esteem, learn about healthy relationships, and develop self-control. The Middle School group blends topical discussions with social problem-solving in the group. This allows group members to talk about topics facing them while they also develop social competence.

The Middle School group is led by Dr. Sheppard & Jonathan Bauman, BA.

 

Teen Group 

 

This group helps older teens dealing with depression, anxiety, and relationship challenges. Group members develop coping skills, confidence, and social competence through their interactions with each other and the group leaders. This group requires that teens are ready to accept help and willing to bring things into the group for advice and support.

This group is led by Dr. Sheppard & Melissa Steinkamp, BA.

 


Teen Group II

 

This group focuses on teens with anxiety, depression, and social challenges. Group members develop social competence, confidence, and coping skills through both structured activities and interactions with each other and the group leaders.

This group is not currently meeting. It will resume in 2017.

 

Teen Group III

 

This group helps younger teens dealing with depression, anxiety, and relationship challenges. Group members develop coping skills, confidence, and social competence through their interactions with each other and the group leaders. This group uses a Motivational Interviewing approach to accommodate teens who aren’t fully ready to accept help.

This group is not currently running. It will return in 2017.

 

Life Matters-Young Adult Group

 

The Life Matters group supports young adults ages 18-24 in adjusting to the changes that accompany this life stage. Group members are encouraged to share their challenges and successes in the group gaining support for  their emerging coping skills, self-confidence, and social competence. Group relationships often become templates for healthy relationships outside the therapy setting.

This group is on break during the summer. It will return in the Fall of 2017.