Teen Anxiety Group

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  • Presented By: Family Counselling Centres Edmonton
  • Speaker / Facilitator: Chi Q. Le
  • Topic Area: Counseling Modalities / Treatment Options, Individual Growth and Development, Group Counseling, Youth & Young Adult

  • Start Date: 09/25/2017
  • Duration: September 25th, 2017 - December 4th, 2017
  • Daily Schedule: 6:00PM - 7:30PM
  • Recurring: Group sessions will take place every Monday evening
  • Registration Deadline: Please Register By September 18th, 2017

  • Location: #32 4004 97st NW Edmonton, Alberta, T6E 6N1
  • Fee Info:
  • Open To: Mental Health Professionals, General Public, Teens / Young Adult

  • Contact Information: If you are interested in joining the teen anxiety group please call 587-754-1042. A 30 minute screening session will be booked in order to ensure the client is a good fit for the group.

Each participant will have a safe and supportive place to explore and gain insights into their experience with anxiety. They will learn practical ways to manage and cope with anxiety. 
This is a popular group and often fills quickly do not delay in registering.
There will be 10 group sessions in total. The sessions are $60 per session ($600 in total).
Chi''s Counselling Philosophy:
While the hub of human life may revolve around establishing interpersonal bonds, before such bonds can be fruitful it is the relationship that we have with ourselves that will ultimately define the kind of relationship we have with others. In my counselling practice I believe that the goal of therapy is to deepen self-awareness and inner understanding by helping to cultivate the inner drive towards personal growth. As a psychotherapist I have come to appreciate that the healing process takes time and that the possibility for change unfolds, as the other would have it. I pride myself in helping my clients come to that “moment” of self-awareness wherein they can take control of their lives, as they move towards achieving a sense of individual wholeness. The journey of therapy may originate as a search for an end to emotional suffering, but it is also one that may continue to develop towards a sense of self-renewal.