Learn strategies to help you cope with stress and the challenges of returning back to school by joining NESCA’s new groups, combining yoga, mindfulness, and CBT in a fun, social environment.
Now accepting participants for our new one-week end-of-the-summer group program focusing on strategies for stress-free transitioning back to school.
Help your child on a path for a successful transition and a successful school year!
Groups are co-led by clinical psychologist Dr. Elizabeth Lops and therapeutic yoga counselor Ann-Noelle McCowan, MS, RYT.
These week-long sessions are for any child or teen who struggles with anxiety, depression, anger, or low frustration tolerance. Through a combination of psycho-education, yoga, mindfulness, and group work, using cognitive behavioral (CBT) and acceptance and commitment based therapies (ACT), participants will learn to use positive coping skills to reduce stress and anxiety.
Our group will help students to increase self-esteem and feelings of empowerment within a fun, active, and supportive social environment.
Group sign-ups just opened.
Week of July 31, 2017: High School Students
Week of August 7, 2017: Middle School Students
From 9am to 1pm Monday-Friday
Please bring lunch and wear comfortable clothing. All other materials for the group will be provided.
Please contact Elizabeth Lops, Ph.D. at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-658-9825 for more information and to sign up for this unique opportunity!