Teen Resilience Program
TEEN RESILIENCE PROGRAM
Increasing resilience skills
A 6-week program for teens in high school
PROGRAM IS FULL
We are excited to have a resilience program for teenagers with school anxiety and their parents. The Teen Resilience Program is an integrative skills-based model to help teens and parents to develop self-awareness and skills to enhance social, physical, mental, and emotional health and well-being. This program is based on The Chemistry of Joy Workbook and integrates the best of movement, nutrition and the psychology and practice of mindfulness to help teenagers and parents develop resilience skills. This is a six-week program especially developed for adolescents, grades 10-12 and their parents. The group is facilitated by Kevin Harrington, Kathy Flaminio and Rebecca Kajander.
Teens will learn skills to decrease stress about school, friends, homework and grades and increase positive feelings and connections. Parents will learn self-care skills to decrease stress and help their teen manage emotions.
Location: Aris Clinic | 7616 Curell Blvd., #100 | Woodbury, MN 55125
When: Six Thursdays in 2017-January 19, 26, February 2, 16, 23, March 2, 2017
Time: 6:00 to 8:00 pm
Facilitators: Kevin Harrington, PhD & Kathy Flaminio, MSW, Rebecca Kajander CPNP, MPH
Fee: Partners in Resilience received a grant from the Catalyst Initiative at the George Family Foundation to cover the fee. Families need to provide a $50 deposit to reserve a spot which is fully refunded after attending the six sessions.
Questions: Contact Kathy Flaminio at firstname.lastname@example.org