divorce isn't fun for anyone
When parents get divorced and then re-married, a lot of change happens. Challenges, too.
Teenage children often feel like they don't have a space and/or a place to talk about the challenges and the stigmas around divorce, blending families, and the impact of these transitions on teens.
Maybe your teen:
- feels strain in the household?
- needs help understanding the transition of roles in parents and children?
- how to create a blended family?
Your teen doesn't have to feel alone and disconnected.
connection and understanding
This group provides a space for your teen to:
- Talk to & connect with other teens who are going through divorce, blending of families, or families in transition
- Get advice & support from other teens
- Feel heard, understood, and supported
This group meets on Wednesdays from 11:30am-12:30pm and has an 8 week commitment.
About The Facilitator
Marcie works with parents, young adults, and teens, together or individually, to assess what the major issues and roadblocks are, address any hurts and misunderstandings, and work towards better communication, finding common ground, and family unity. She specializes in behavioral issues, individual, family issues and parenting issues, with a focus on depression, addiction, anxiety, trauma, oppositional behaviors, family relationships, social isolation and peer/ interpersonal relationships.READ THE FACILITATORS BIO
This group meets weekly, Wednesdays from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm.
Minimum 8-week commitment.
$XX per session, billed monthly at $XXX.
802 W. Alabama St. Houston, TX 77006
While the Families in Transition Group for Teens is offered specifically for teens, we are also offering a group for parents going through divorce, separation, blending of families, families in transition.
For more information on the Blended Families Group for Parents, click here.