Groups + Classes

Groups + Classes

The objective of our groups is to develop self-advocacy according to developmental level, in order to increase problem solving and healthy relationship forming.

Please click below to learn more about our offerings:

Postpartum Mom's Support Group

Embracing the beautiful journey of motherhood often comes with its own set of challenges and joys. In this nurturing space, we invite postpartum moms to join a supportive community led by Brittany Starbuck, LCSWA.

We will cover topics such as Maternal Mental Health, Postpartum Depression, Postpartum Anxiety, Sleep Patterns, Breastfeeding, and Coping Skills

Parents of Neurodiverse Kids Support Group

This fall Brittany Sailer will be facilitating a Parent Support Group, in Chapel Hill. The group will meet weekly for 6 weeks. Parents will learn the differences between an IEP and a 504, plus the steps to take to qualify for and obtain the appropriate support plan. Other topics include Seeking Counseling, Transition Services and Wrap Around Services available for families privately and through state programs. Participants in the group will have ample opportunities to connect with one another and learn from each other's experiences, struggles, and successes.

Managing Stress in Young Athletes Workshop

Participants will understand the relationship between anxiety and sports performance, develop effective coping strategies, enhance mental resilience and confidence, and learn the importance of contributing to a supportive team environment.

Girls’ Social Skills & Anxiety Group

We frequently hear from our clients how social interactions can sometimes feel daunting, especially for young girls navigating the complexities of early adolescence. We also know finding a supportive community can make all the difference.