Our teen and adult groups give participants the chance to explore who they are, gain independence and make social connections.

The Women’s Group is a safe space to discuss the unique demands that young women face in daily life. Examples of discussion topics include:  navigating peer and romantic relationships, advocating for yourself in the classroom or on the job and in your relationships. We will also discuss ways of maintaining a healthy lifestyle and developing coping skills to use in the real world. Examples include self-advocacy skills (e.g., learning about your own unique needs and how to get what you need and want from relationships, school, and/or work), stress management skills (e.g., relaxation and self-care skills), and social competency skills (e.g., ways to effectively communicate with others at home, work, and/or school). A particular focus will be placed on how to utilize these skills outside of group as well.