Group Therapy and Support
6-Session Anxiety Skills Group for Kids 

Every Tuesday for 6 weeks
starting April 3, 2018

Parent groups on April 3 and May 8 at the same times. 

Cost: $325
Ages: 9 - 12 years old

Child Group led by Madeline Goodwill, LCSW

Parent Group led by Angela Adamson, LCSW

While anxiety is a normal part of life and childhood, 25% of teenagers end up struggling with an anxiety disorder. Addressing early signs of anxiety in children can set them up for success in coping with the anxieties of life and make it more likely that they will seek help if needed in the future. In this group, kids will be able to meet other kids who struggle with similar feelings of anxiety, share their experiences, participate in engaging, hands-on activities or simply listen. They will also learn tools to cope with anxiety and be encouraged to practice these tools between each group meeting. 

There will be parent group during the first and last meetings to review and coach parents on tools that their children have learned.

Call Angela Adamson  for information and registration at 314.222.5850

Coping with Anxiety: 
A 4-Session Anxiety Skills Course for Adults 

Tuesday Evenings
January 16 - February 6, 2018

Led by Madeline Goodwill, LCSW  

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a highly effective, evidence-based treatment modality. One of the primary components of CBT is learning how our thoughts impact our emotions. In this 5-week course, Madeline Goodwill, LMSW, will coach you on how to effectively use a thought record, a primary tool that CBT therapists teach their patients in order to improve their ability to cope with feelings of anxiety. 

Call Madeline Goodwill for information and registration at 314.222.6320

College Stress Support Group

Going to college can be a stressful time for a number of reasons. This stress can be even more significant when you experience pressure about performance socially or academically. Many college students have difficulty participating in class, going to class, completing homework and with procrastination due to these struggles. While it can be intimidating to talk about this, knowing that you are not alone in it is a powerful way to move towards your goals. Join other college students who have the same experiences as you for an evening each week of compassion, support and growth. 

Call Madeline Goodwill for information and registration at 314.222.5850

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