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Home School Club

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To provide a creative and stimulating environment to foster effective social and emotional life skills.

Mission of service

Our mission is to support homeschooling families in their efforts to provide and specialized learning environment.  Jessica Carr LMHC, CTS and Amie ThomasLMHC, CTS believe in the Premise:  The caregivers are the experts of their children.  We wish to explore what is working and what is not working in order to support these devoted caregivers in their roles.  Jessica and Amie are committed to working collaboratively to support families in reaching their goals.

  • The children will learn and practice social and emotional developmental skills with peers that have similar academic learning environments.
  • Caregivers will be provided with increased support to effectively manage the tasks associated with being a caregiver and an academic instructor. Focus will be on enhancing the emotional well being for the busy caregiver juggling multiple roles and tasks.


brain-statsAssessment of strengths

The goal of the assessment is to identify which group will challenge the child’s strengths and promote emotional and social development. (Assessment will be completed by either Jessica or Amie however you will meet both therapists at time of assessment) Groups will be separated into three developmental stages:  Littles, Middles and Young Adults. Groups will be co-ed however there will be creative opportunities to work collaboratively with each gender. Groups will be psychoeducational.


Topics covered:

  • Feeling identification
  • Healthy feeling expression
  • Healthy coping
  • Assertive communication
  • Self esteem
  • Adjusting to change
  • Physical and emotional boundaries
  • Healthy relationships

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Caregiver groups will be divided into psychoeducation topics and parent peer support.

  • Ages and Stages
  • CBT triangle
  • Self care
  • Self talk
  • Cognitive distortions
  • In control/Not in my control
  • Distress tolerance skills
  • Relaxation-Stress Management
  • Needs Assessment
  • Family Connectedness