SAP Groups

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    Groups are run based on the needs and desires of our students. 
     Email Mrs. van Steenburgh to sign up.
    Listed below are groups that have run in our school:
             
             

    Self-Esteem- For individuals looking to strengthen their self-esteem and self-perception.

     

    Grief & Loss- Helping to connect and provide support for those students that have suffered or experienced a loss.

     

    Drug & Alcohol- For those students affected by drugs and alcohol, a chance to get support for their concerns.  May be among themselves, their peer group, or their family. 

     

    Divorced Families- Have you experienced issues or concerns due to a divorce within the family?

     

    Stress Management- Help for dealing with stress in your life.  Stress may lead to issues such as depression and anxiety. 

     

    Anger Management- Learn how to recognize your anger style and triggers.  Find new ways to deal with intense emotions. 

     

    New Student Group- Coming to a new district can be hard, join other students to help with the transition.

     

    Family Issues- Who doesn’t have family issues?  We can’t choose our families but we can choose how we react to what is going on within them.  This group provides a forum to discuss and support students struggling with difficult family situations. 

     

    Body Image- Examining how we view ourselves vs how we are influenced by others.  

     

    LGBTQ – This group will help students both explore their identity and find community with their peers.

     

    Healthy Relationships- Learn how to recognize the difference between caring, supportive relationships and controlling, manipulative, or abusive relationships. This group also provides a forum to discuss how to create and foster positive relationships with friends, family and significant others.

     

    Self-Esteem- For individuals looking to strengthen their self-esteem and self-perception.

     

    Time Management/Organization - Learn how to get more done and avoid the obstacles and distractions that can get in the way of good time management.

     

    Be a Part of the Conversation- Student voices creating a judgment free conversation to raise awareness about drugs and alcohol and mental health. BPOC is an opportunity for all students to share experiences and provide support.

     

    All groups meet for 40 minutes (half a period) on a weekly or bi-weekly, rotating basis (periods 1,2,4, and 5) so that students do not miss a portion of the same class each week.
     
    Some of the groups meet all year long. Other groups meet once per week over a time period of 6-8 weeks