Yellowbrick is pleased to host a virtual group for teenagers designed to provide support and assistance in dealing with the impact of the Covid-19 quarantine. Initial steps to ease up on the quarantine will raise a variety of challenges for teenagers. What struggles have you faced since the quarantine began? What struggles will you face moving forward? What strategies can help you manage this unusual circumstance so that you feel that your life is moving forward?
The group will meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 1:00-2:00. Yellowbrick will host the group via virtual link.
Please download the registration form.
Following is the schedule of the groups. Participation is on a group-by-group basis and you may participate in any or all of the groups.
|May 5||Navigating Relationships with Parents|
|May 7||Staying on track academically|
|May 12||The impact of the quarantine on friendships|
|May 14||Staying active under quarantine|
|May 19||Crash course on how to handle stress, Part I|
|May 21||Crash course on how to handle stress, Part II|
|May 26||Making sense of what is going on in the world right now|
|May 28||How is the teenage brain special?|
|June 2||How being mindful can help you ride the storm|
|June 4||Do substances really help?|
For more information, please contact or ask a parent to contact:
Tracey Reaves, MA
Coordinator of Adolescent Educational and Clinical Services
866-364-2300 ext. 227
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