Families

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Active Families

Active Families is an experience for the whole family! The program is best suited for children who are elementary age through teens and can include Fathers and children, Mothers and children, Caregivers and children or all! Active Families is learning plus fun-filled action that can increase strong bonds and skills for life long success. Topics include communication how to’s, positive thinking, expression of emotions in a healthy way, diplomacy and respect, planning together as a team. Active Families celebrates strengths of each family and helps members recognize and build on great things about themselves! The program involves short presentations, family learning and experiential games. There are typically 5 or more families experiencing Active Families together – like a family fair!
November 25, 2016
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Active Military Families

Active Military Families is written specifically for the challenges of military families. It is an experience for the whole family! Other than for babies, no childcare needed! The program can include Fathers and children, Mothers and children, Caregivers and children or all! Active Military Families addresses worries about separation, maintaining bonds, expression of emotions and also can be utilized to build teamwork when together. Active Military Families is learning plus fun-filled action that can increase connections and skills for life long success. Other topics included are communication how to’s, positive thinking, expression of emotions in a healthy way, diplomacy and respect, planning together as a team. Active Military Families celebrates strengths of each family and helps members recognize and build on great things about themselves! The program involves short presentations, family learning and experiential games. There are typically 5 or more families experiencing Active Military Families together – like a family fair!
November 24, 2016
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Active Relationships for Young Adults

ARYA (pronounced “Are Ya”) is 12 units, each with A and B sessions. It includes topics ranging from communication skills, emotion management, conflict resolution, making budgets, wise choices in friends and dating, recognizing personal strengths and future planning. Sessions are usually 45-50 minutes and include experiential activities. Authored by Kelly Simpson, MA, LMFT. (For the companion program for parents of youth, see ACTIVE ADULTS)
November 25, 2016