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Better Managing Anxiety: A Group For Teens

Anxiety is one of the most common mental health challenges for adolescents today. This workshop for teens ages 12-16 will help them to both manage and reduce stress levels using concrete and accessible tools that they will be able to practice across contexts and throughout time


To be held on Sunday afternoons, starting in February 2020 on the following dates and times:

February 2nd from 3:00-4:30

February 9th from 5:00-6:30

February 16th from 3:00-4:30

February 23rd from 5:00-6:30

March 15th from 3:00-4:30

March 22nd from 5:00-6:30

March 29th from 3:00-4:30

April 5th from 5:00-6:30 

Optional session for parents on Saturday, April 11th from 3:00-4:30  


Connecte Psychology Montreal (202-4203 St. Catherine Street West)


 $350 for the 8-week program

event description

This group is for adolescents experiencing overwhelming, prolonged and frequent experiences of stress and anxiety. Anxiety is one of the most common mental health challenges for adolescents today, and can greatly impact overall well-being, as well as both academic and social behaviour. In this group, we apply empirically validated cognitive behavioural techniques, as well as strategies stemming from acceptance and commitment therapy, in order to help teens learn to untangle their anxious thoughts, and both manage and reduce their stress levels. We will be teaching concrete and accessible tools that participants will be able to practice across contexts and throughout time. This group consists of 8 sessions to be held on Sundays between February 2nd and April 5th, where individuals will learn more about the mechanism of anxiety, and develop skills tied to cognitive restructuring, mindfulness practice, emotion regulation, distress tolerance, relaxation techniques, and graduated exposure.

to register

Contact Margarita Miseros at mmiseros@connectepsychology.com 

About the author

Margerita Miseros is a Doctoral student in School/Applied Child Psychology at McGill University and a supervised therapist at Connecte Montreal Psychology Group. The team at Connecte loves writing about ways to boost our mental health and bring psychology into our everyday lives. For more helpful tips, check out Connecte’s blogs, podcast, follow @connectepsychology on Instagram or like us on Facebook.
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