them it is okay to have fun be honest while bringing a certain level of

Them it is okay to have fun be honest while bringing

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them it is okay to have fun, be honest while bringing a certain level of structure to their lives that may have been missing. Children of Addiction- Group This group is design to provide a therapeutic environment for children who are affected by the addiction of their parents and guardians. Groups are broken up into two separate sessions: Pre-Teen Group ranging from 6-11 years of age and Adolescents ranging from 12-18 years of age. The reason for choosing this group was because I was a child of an addict and not having an active outlet left me feeling forgotten and neglected. Both groups will allow children who are lost or confused about what’s going on with their parent or guardian to an outlet with which they can feel safe and free to share their concerns, their doubt and their fears. Groups will meet two (2) a week for 10 weeks for 45 minutes to an hour for each session. Each session will be comprised of between 10-12 people per session. Participants will be asked to pay $50 per week and must inform facilitators when sessions will be missed. During sessions snacks will be provided to the group and some sessions will involve art therapy, etc. The goal is for the children to build a strong sense of self, develop coping techniques when living in a home with someone suffering from addictive disorders. Screening Parents and guardians who would like for their children to attend weekly group session will be required to complete the inside of the brochure and return to office with their child or
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Children of Addiction- Group Design Final Product 4 children’s name, date of birth and age at time of submittal. There are 10 questions to determine if children meet the requirements and will be the best fit for the group. 1.Are all future participants able to meet two times a week on Wednesday at 3PM for Pre-Teens and 5PM for Adolescents and Saturdays at 1PM for Pre-Teens and 3PM for Adolescents?
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