Do you know a teen girl struggling with anxiety?
Idaho Youth Ranch is offering a 10-week group for Treasure Valley Teen Girls, ages 13-17, who are looking for ways to learn to cope with anxiety.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a type of therapy that focuses on making connections between thoughts, feelings and behavior. Young developing people often develop distorted core beliefs about themselves. A goal of CBT is to help individuals identify and change patterns of thinking or behavior and in turn change the way they feel.
CBT is one of the most popular interventions for adolescent anxiety. Idaho Youth Ranch has taken the CBT approach and blended it with the experiential approach of Equine-Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP). EAP is a unique and powerful therapy that also helps the youth gain important insights into their behavior and it easily combines with other therapies, like CBT. EAP is a ground-based therapy that pairs horses with people to overcome emotional issues and many mental health conditions.
- Mindfulness skills to self-sooth and stay in the here-and-now
- Learn to identify and challenge thoughts that cause anxiety
- Build coping skills to manage anxiety in a supportive
- Learn relaxation techniques and problem-solving methods
WHO: Teen Girls struggling with Anxiety (ages 13-17)
COST: $345. Now Accepting Medicaid
WHEN: 10 Week Commitment - This group meets on Tuesday evenings from 5PM to 6PM.
UPCOMING SESSIONS: November 3, 2020 - January 5, 2021
LOCATION: 28371 El Paso Rd, Caldwell, ID 83607
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: Must complete an intake appointment to review group referrals, establish personal goals for the group, and discuss group rules. This appointment is included in the total cost of the group.
REGISTER NOW: 208-454-8847 x1601