TBRI® Caregiver Support Group

childrens Classes

For parents and caregivers of children and teens who have experienced early trauma or loss. This support group will provide parenting tools and techniques to use with children and teens who have had early trauma and continue to struggle with regulation and healthy connection. Each session will have a learning segment, followed by an interactive time to process and problem-solve …

High School Journal and Process Group

childrens Classes

with Sarabeth Casey, LPC Does your teen feel isolated but crave a meaningful connection with others?    Opening up and sharing thoughts and feelings can be uncomfortable when you’re not used to doing it.  Like development of other skills, it requires a willingness to try and practice.  Group therapy can build a sense of connection and belonging –  an understanding that others out there …

Middle School Academic Success Series

childrens Classes

with Jeff Sosne, Ph.D. and Stephen Beard, Psy.D. Middle school is always a challenging time.  This class series will reinforce academic motivation, attention skills, time management, organizational habits, goal setting, and other executive functions that are central to academic achievement in middle school. Please note that this class is focused on academics, and will not address social or behavioral concerns. …

Pay Attention to Attention (and Behavior Too!) – Weekend Class

childrens Classes

After a pandemic hiatus, our popular attention classes have returned in-person! This weekend class is designed for elementary age children (1st – 5th grade) who struggle with self-control and/or effortful attention (AD/HD).  We will focus on teaching children to exercise self-control in peer interactions, so that they can work productively and play appropriately. The in-person class setting will closely approximate …

SPACE: Supportive Parenting for Anxious Childhood Emotions – Virtual Parent Class

childrens Classes

7 sessions, 90 minutes each Class size is limited. Designed for children ages 5 – 12. PLEASE NOTE: Due to clinicians’ licensure restrictions, this virtual class is only available to permanent residents of the state of Oregon. The Supportive Parenting for Anxious Childhood Emotions (SPACE) class is a parents-only, evidence-based treatment of childhood anxiety with an emphasis on promoting child …

Incredible Years – Virtual Parent Group

childrens Classes

with Rose Eagle, PhD, Child Psychologist  10 Wednesdays, 5:00 – 6:15 p.m. September 21 – December 7, 2022 (NO class November 23rd, due to Thanksgiving) This research-based curriculum is designed to support parents with children ages 3-8 years-old with disruptive behavior including hyperactivity, defiance, impulsivity and tantrums. Parents learn to improve their child’s coping, self-regulation and social skills and decrease negative behaviors at home and/or at …

De-Stress, Target, and Chill – Virtual Mindfulness Group for Teens

childrens Classes

With Sandra MacPhail, Ph.D. (Licensed Psychologist) Learn how to focus your mind to improve attention in these areas: Schoolwork & Test Taking   Stress Reduction   Athletic Performance Building Confidence  Relationships with Friends & Family    In this 4-session course you will learn a specific way of paying attention to your breath, your body, your thoughts, your feelings, and the world around you. …

Pay Attention to Attention – On Demand Virtual Class

childrens Classes

Presented by Jeff Sosne, Ph.D. This class is designed for parents of elementary aged children with attention weaknesses and self control problems. Our new online format allows you to view information through video, print, audio and other online offerings. Parents will learn how to direct and sustain their children’s attention at home, in the classroom and in extra-curricular activities. We …

Tantrums, Meltdowns, and Rages – On Demand Virtual Class

childrens Classes

Created by Ally Burr-Harris, Ph.D. (Licensed Psychologist) This is a workshop for parents whose children are prone to emotional outbursts. Dr. Ally Burr-Harris will review strategies for catching your child before the storm, calming a child who has passed that “critical window,” and preventing future meltdowns from occurring. We will also review strategies for parents to stay calm in the …