C.A.L.M. is the foundation of Dallas Integrative Counseling. In C.A.L.M. group, we focus on the importance of Communication, Awareness, Learning/Listening, and Mindfulness. These groups are great for adults, teens, and pre-teens with anxiety, stress and/or depression. In C.A.L.M group we utilize high-tech, interactive learning and communication tools, in a group setting. Group members will learn strategies to use on their own to relieve stress and control their anxiety & mood. Join us today!
In C.A.L.M. Group for Adults, we focus on issues that affect our lives as adults. Work stress, Family, Relationships, and Health are topics that frequently arise. In C.A.L.M. group for adults we address new ways to handle life's stressors. Adults in this group will learn how to use self-regulation skills to control stress, anxiety, mood, and improve sleep and increase attention.
In C.A.L.M. Group for Boys, pre-teen and teen boys, will actively participate in group discussions and group activities in order to strengthen communication, listening, and awareness of others. Teens and pre-teens enjoy using biofeedback equipment in order to increase self-awareness skills. Group activities strengthen teens' skills for problem solving, creativity and social awareness.
In C.A.L.M. Group for Girls, pre-teen and teen girls, will actively participate in group discussions and group activities in order to strengthen communication, listening, and awareness of others. Teens and pre-teens enjoy using biofeedback equipment in order to increase self-awareness skills. Girls enjoy activities that strengthen camaraderie between girls through problem solving, creativity and social awareness.
Sibling groups or sibling dyads help families strengthen the bond between siblings. Whether the family is going through a transition or communication is broken between it's members, sibling therapy unites the family as a whole. Following our integrative therapy perspective, siblings will be able to learn self-regulation relaxation skills in order to handle stress independently and collectively. This is accomplished thought the use of fun, computerized, interactive feedback technology that kids and teens find "cool!"