Social Skills Group!
FACC offers a regular social skills group for children ages 6 to 14. Topics rotate, but all sessions contain a strong emphasis on CBT regulation and coping strategies, facilitating healthier communication, and developing gratitude. An experiential program, this group helps children and adolescents navigate social situations under the guidance of experienced staff members. Entrance into the groups can occur at any time. A typical group is as follows:
Making and Keeping Friends: FACC is offering an eight-week social skills group entitled Making and Keeping Friends. As part of this session, children will work on rules regarding social interaction, positive affirmations as they navigate social situations, regulation tools, and coping strategies. We will also work on being a good team member and play a lot of games to practice this skills!
Typical Schedule for Group
5-5:30 p.m. Check-in & eat, goal setting (group and individual),
5:30-6:30 p.m. Physical/Group Recreation @ outdoors or components of neurological reorganization/SMART at clinic
6:30-7:00 p.m. Staff Teaching
- Introduction of new material to be memorized
- Lesson including story, role play, game, or experiential learning
6:00-7:20 p.m. Craft
7:20-7:30 p.m. Wrap-up/Review of Evening/Clean-up
If interested in attending this group, please contact Melissa Nichols at 952-475-2818, ext. 1010 to register.
Adult Women’s DBT Group
Adult women Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Group is facilitated by Melissa Nichols, MA, LMFT and meets Mondays from 5-6:30 p.m. The group is based on Marsha Linehan’s pioneering DBT work, but with enhancements to highlight Christian principles. If interested in the group, email Melissa or call 952-475-2818, ext. 1010.
Prayer Therapy Group for Women
Peace, Purpose, & Happiness
Today’s life is filled with struggles. How does one fine contentment, peace, even joy? This group focuses on ingredients of happiness through the implementation of service, connection, acceptance, and forgiveness.
Assessment and candid guidance amidst a supportive community is offered to help each individual explore the sacred in their lives through prayer, fellowship and accountability.
Prayer is a key component to this group. However, it is not necessary to have a faith or religious affiliation to join this group. We thrive to make prayer a practice in honesty–to search and reveal all the fear, guilt, hate, and inferiority in our mind and keep our eyes focused on the concept of the Healing Power–a God of love.
This group meets on Monday at 5-6:30 p.m. For more information or to register, contact Melissa at 962-475-2818, ext. 1010.