Activities

Groups can provide a unique opportunity to address concerns in a safe space and encourage others who face similar difficulties while improving connections with others.

Active participation is encouraged, though we understand individuals are unique and may participate in different ways.

Skills Groups

Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate the interpersonal skills used in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents can gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration.

*Due to the current pandemic, our therapeutic role-playing games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

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Taste of Resourceful Realms

Taste of Resourceful Realms is a once-monthly FREE event for kids and adolescents to see what Resourceful Realms is all about. Taste of Resourceful Realms occurs virtually with registration on the first Saturday of every month at 10am.

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Stronger Together

A Lunch and Learn Group

Learning through experience is one of the best ways to figure out how to make connections with others. Our groups help children and adolescents learn to navigate and increase their confidence in making connections with their peers.

By meeting together regularly with a licensed therapist present, children have a safe opportunity to learn to build and sustain relationships.

Each week will have a designated topic for discussion that will facilitate closeness within the group and help each child learn new skills.

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Empowering Girls

Empowering Girls is designed to identify and learn concrete strategies that they can use daily in social situations to increase confidence. This four-day workshop will introduce the concept of empowerment through fun and engaging activities, discussion, and working as a team to build peer support.

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Support Groups

Moving Forward Through Divorce

A Divorced Moms Support Group

Creating a life after a divorce brings its own challenges, especially as a parent. Moving Forward Through Divorce works to empower mothers in their journeys after divorce by providing an environment for mothers to connect, find support, and share resources. Facilitated by a licensed therapist, Moving Forward Through Divorce is FREE and open to the community for any mothers that are divorced, have ended a relationship or are going through the divorce or separation process.

Moving Forward Through Divorce is held the first Tuesday evening of the month at 7:00 pm. Register below to receive a zoom link for this virtual meeting.

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Moving Forward Through Divorce

A Divorced Dads Support Group

Creating a life after a divorce brings its own challenges, especially as a parent. Moving Forward Through Divorce works to empower fathers in their journeys after divorce by providing an environment for fathers to connect, find support, and share resources. Facilitated by a licensed therapist, Moving Forward Through Divorce is FREE and open to the community for any fathers that are divorced, have ended a relationship or are going through the divorce or separation process.

Starting in June, Moving Forward Through Divorce is will be held virtually the second Monday of the month at 8:00 pm. Register below to receive a zoom link for this virtual meeting.

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Adulting with ADHD Support Group

Adulting with ADHD brings a different level of challenge to everyday life. Often partners, family, coworkers and peers can have trouble understanding how the ADHD brain is wired leading to misunderstandings, frustration, and feeling stuck. Join our Adults with ADHD support group where you will find positive support, information, education, and community as we navigate issues related to Adulting with ADHD. This is a FREE, virtual therapist-led group that meets once monthly on the third Thursday of the month from 7-8 pm.

Registration is required to receive the zoom link for the next scheduled meeting.

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Book Clubs

A Book Club for Therapists

Every therapist seems to have a list of books they want to read, but finding time to read and discuss with colleagues can be a challenge between clients and life. Join us for our book club to whittle down the stack of books we say we want to read but are always too busy to get to. The book club meets virtually every 6-8 weeks.

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A Book Club for Parents

Whether you are a parent of a newborn or about to launch your child into young adulthood, the parenting journey is always evolving. Joining a book club devoted to parenting is a fun way to connect with other parents going through the same challenges in trying to raise good humans. Each book gives the opportunity to dive into new parenting approaches and perspectives while sharing tips and tricks with other parents.

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