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Age range: 3-5 6-8 9-12 13-15 16-18
 
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Group nameBrief and Extended Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Groups
DescriptionAn earlier intervention for increasing motivation-for-change and teaching new skills of decision-making, problem-solving, and practical coping skills. Extended CBT group therapy offers opportunities for learning and rehearsing additional skills, such as identifying and self-regulating your emotions, effective communication skills, and managing anxiety or depression.
Relevant Web Pageshttp://www.centerpointservices.org
Genders servedfemale, male, other
Child ages served9-12, 13-15, 16-18
Provides group support to parents
Length/duration2 sections, each meets weekly for 2.5 - hours per group
Scheduled dates1 section meets on Mondays; 1 section meets on Thursdays
Insurance infocommercial and public insurances, state funds and grants, self-pay
Participation feevariable
Sliding scale infoyes
ContactMichael Hunter, LCMHC LADC
Phone802-488-7714
Other relevant infoCenterpoint provides a full array of services for families and teens struggling with the broad range of substance abuse and mental health concerns. Centerpoint’s clinical services include comprehensive evaluation and a variety of outpatient and intensive outpatient treatment options within our centers and community sites. Centerpoint’s Group Treatment has been demonstrated to be an effective approach for counseling teens. Skillful use of peer influence and group dynamics allows change to occur more quickly and sets the stage for longer-lasting progress through the development of natural adult and peer-based supports.
Additional comments -
Inclusion of therapeutic groups in this database does not reflect an endorsement of service providers by the Students FIRST Project.