ADHD in Adulthood
This session is designed to provide information and skills for adult individuals experiencing attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in adulthood, especially for those who were diagnosed later in life or have not yet sought a diagnosis but believe they may have ADHD. This session views ADHD as a form of neurodivergence (as opposed to mental illness) and will include information about symptoms, neurological and emotional responses, coping skills and strategies, and options for further support and treatment.
Coping with Trauma
This session is designed to provide information and skills for adult individuals who have experienced trauma, have been diagnosed with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) or Complex PTSD, or who believe they may suffer from PTSD or C-PTSD. This session focuses on knowledge-sharing around trauma symptoms and responses, as well as coping skills and strategies, and options for further support and treatment.
Finding Work-Life Balance in a Neoliberal Capitalist World
This session focuses on the struggle to locate the ever-elusive work-life balance in a world of growing demand and declining pay and benefits in the workplace. The goal of this session is to unpack the terminology of “work-life balance” in consideration of the material realities of neoliberal capitalism that emphasizes status and personal responsibility at the detriment of individual and community well-being. This session will also include coping skills & strategies for navigating a potentially toxic work environment, seeking fulfillment outside of the workplace, and advocating for solidarity and mutual aid.
Queer 101 for Parents
This session seeks to provide helpful education on topics around gender identity and sexual orientation for parents of 2SLGBTQ+ children. During this session, parents will be able to ask questions, find answers, and gain a greater understanding of gender and sexual identity and the experiences of queer and trans youth. This session will also include assistance in locating helpful resources and affirming service providers and programs within the community.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills
These sessions are designed to introduce DBT skills. The series will include an introduction to DBT skills as they relate to mindfulness, interpersonal effectiveness, emotional regulation, and distress tolerance. DBT skills can provide useful coping strategies and other useful skills to help individuals navigate a variety of different situations, environments, crises, and mental health concerns. Clients may choose 2 or 3 sessions depending on their needs and areas of concern. This package is priced at $40 for 2 sessions or $55 for 3 sessions.