Anxiety Reduction Group
for Teen Girls
Join our 8 week group focused on anxiety reduction for young women. This group is about empowerment of ladies ages 15-17, to find their inner warrior. Group topics will include stress management techniques, social skills building, advocating for your inner warrior, and self expression just to name a few.
Starting September 14th!
What Are Signs & Symptoms of Anxiety in Teens?
Anxiety symptoms may include any of the following, and occur on more days than not:
Excessive worry about different events or activities
The feelings of worry, fear, or unease interfere with daily activities (such as school, sports, peer relationships, etc.)
Difficulty controlling worrisome thoughts
Feeling irritable or nervous
Being easily fatigued
Feeling on edge, wound up, or restless
Difficulty concentrating and/or mind going blank
Sleep problems such as difficulty falling or staying asleep
Muscle tension, headaches, and/or stomachaches and pain
How Can Group Therapy Help?
Anxiety can be both mentally and physically draining. Teens often cope with anxiety by avoiding activities, places, or situations that trigger their anxiety. This often leads to feeling isolated and alone, which only further intensifies symptoms. This group will not only provide the tools and skills to manage anxiety, but will also provide a safe space to connect with peers facing similar challenges. Click Here to learn more about group therapy.
This group meets once a week for 8 weeks.
Starts Date: September 14th, 2022
Time: 4pm- 5pm
Location: This group will be held virtually through our HIPAA compliant software. Once registered, you will receive a link for the group meeting.
To learn more our telehealth services, click here.
About The Group Facilitator
Shannon Snowman, LCPC
Shannon is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor who specializes in working with children and teens. Her background as a school based counselor and experience in treating teens with anxiety disorders has equipped Shannon to develop an effective support group to help teen girls overcome their struggles with anxiety. To learn more about Shannon, Click Here.