Teen Support Group (DBT Informed)
In this ongoing DBT informed* weekly support group, teens will gather to learn and grow in life skills for stress, anxiety, emotional regulation, relationships, and mindfulness.
Disclaimer: *This is not DBT to fidelity: There will be only one group leader, not providing 24/7 support, not requiring individual DBT therapists, and there will be some time for members to process), but the skills covered will be textbook DBT from the manual. Stephen Black is also accepting new clients for DBT-informed psychotherapy if needed. See the flier here.
Who: Teens, Age 13-17
Where: 7700 NE Parkway Dr. #130 Vancouver, WA 98662
When: Tuesdays, 4pm-5pm
Cost: $200 Per Month (Covering 4 Weeks/Month)
Start up any time!
Parent Skills and Support Group
For people of all ages and stages in life! You do not have to be a parent to learn new skills and boundaries. Join Behavioral Health Coach, Kathryn Fitzgerald, as she walks a community of parents, specialists, and educators through skills and support that can help you and your family thrive! All families have the option of continuing in the extended "Trauma Informed" or "Special Needs" groups if interested. New groups start up at various times through the year. Check out this flyer for the upcoming group starting on October 12th.
Rates covers up to 3 adult caregivers/ parents/guardians.
Fee: $25 per session
*Partial scholarship applications are available for individuals and families upon request.
Adult ASD Skills Group
Are you are a loved one struggling to navigate neurodiversity in a neurotypical world? Would you like to learn new skills or learn how to adjust your established skills in a way that can help you thrive in relationship and self-regulation, while still being true to the way your brain is uniquely wired? All curriculum is created by our skills trainer, Caleb Keller, with input and support from real people, just like you! This group is designed with you in mind. See the flier here.
When: Mondays, 4pm
*Each group is limited to 8 adult participants.
Teen ASD Skills Group
Are you a teen just trying to navigate neurodiversity in a neurotypical world? Would you like to learn to use new skills in a way that can help you in peer relationships and self-regulation, while still being true to the way your brain is uniquely wired? See the flier here.
Who: Teens, Age 14-18
When: Mondays, 6pm
*Each group is limited to 8 participants.