Coping Skills for Female Identifying Teens
Sundstrom Clinical Services is pleased to announce a four-week teen group focused on teaching and practicing important coping skills. Teens who identify as female face a multitude of stressors including problems in their relationships, pressures to “measure up,” and academic demands. Group therapy can be an effective way for teens to work towards improved mental health while building relationships with peers in an emotionally safe and supportive environment. During the 75-minute group sessions, teens will have the chance to grow in their mindfulness skills, self-soothing abilities, connectedness in relationships, and taking perspective when life is challenging. Each session will teach new skills while giving teens the chance to practice what they learn, both in session and in the weeks in between. Past participants reported an average 25% improvement in their well-being overall, 26% improvement individually, and 27% improvement in their relationships (Outcome Rating Scale).
More Dates Coming Soon!
$200 for a four week package.
Insurance can be billed if group therapy is covered by your plan.
If you would like to get on the list for future groups please scan below to register.
We will contact you when the next group dates are set.
Meg Boden Alvey is a licensed psychologist in Oregon and a graduate of George Fox University (B.A., M.A., Psy. D.). She has over ten years’ experience working with adolescents and adults experiencing a wide range of mental health struggles and life problems. The mindfulness skills Meg utilizes from Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) have helped her clients find relief from anxiety, depression, stress, and other problems. Meg also utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, family therapy, art therapy directives, and assessment when working with her clients in individual therapy.