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  Counseling Groups


   Addiction Groups


   Academic Groups      


                Eating Disorder

          Anorexia Nervosa           Bulimia Nervosa
          Binge Eating Disorder   Other Eating Disorders

An eating disorder is a serious mental illness, characterised by eating, exercise and body weight or shape becoming an unhealthy preoccupation of someone's life. It’s estimated that one million Australians have an eating disorder, and this number is increasing. Eating disorders are not a lifestyle choice, a diet gone wrong or a cry for attention. Eating disorders can take many different forms and interfere with a person’s day to day life. The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) recognises four eating disorders:

             Alcohol Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous is an international fellowship of men and women who have had a drinking problem. It is nonprofessional, self-supporting, multiracial, apolitical, and available almost everywhere. There are no age or education requirements. Membership is open to anyone who wants to do something about his or her drinking problem.

         Gambling Addiction

A compulsive, or pathological, gambler is someone who is unable to resist his or her impulses to gamble. This leads to severe personal and, or, social consequences. The urge to gamble becomes so great that tension can only be relieved by more gambling.

       Substance Abuse

Support groups for youth struggling with addictions or indulging in substances, EOTH, cigarettes, Vapors, food, or other areas.  These groups will teach youth about gateway drugs, definition of drugs, and process with them about their addictions, how it affects their life financially, personally and socially. Learn triggers, about recovery and sobriety.

      Disease Proces

   Behavior Groups


  Behavior Modification Group

  lying  Running Away   Gangs


This therapist lead group will focus on the choices  youth make in relationships, association, circle of friends, education (suspensions, expulsions) negative behavior, unsafe choices, running away, gangs, crime, violence, stealing, lying, truancy, direction they are heanding in life what is at the root of it all.  The therapist will work with the  youth to process the conflict, consequences and resolutions. 

Youth will record daily in their journals to work through the problems, reflect on choices that are at the source of their conflicts, determine the reasons for the choices they made,  find resolutions that are effective at preventing  negative entanglement.   


    Conflict Resolution Group

    Behavior Management Group

  Process Group  

  Youth Under Siege

   Crisis Intervention

         Anger Management Group

a person with anger issues usually curses, criticizes, yells, screams, hits, punches walls, etc. on a regular basis. Anger issues can negatively affect many aspects of a person's life, including relational and professional. There are several indicators or symptoms of anger management issues that we will discuss in the rest of this lesson.

    Therapy Groups                   

  situational depression

    Reflection Group

    Production Therapy Group

  stress Management

       Round Table Group


                                                         Y.E.P. & P.E.P.  Empowerment                                                                                                                                        Support Services                                                                                                                                                             

   Y.E.P.  & P.E.P.  Support Groups address problems plaguing today’s youth and parents utilizing an array of         therapeutic approaches,   trained  juvenile Therapist and Counselors experienced in group development         process  treatment as a form of relationship association learning, to manage youth struggling with                   afflictions, addictions, behavior issues, experienced trauma, innate mental health issues, conflict,  disease      processes, peer pressure, self image, poor decision making, relationship issues, educational challenges            and or priorities. Learn to problem solving, triggers, and coping skills to live with the changes of life.  Youth    learn about recovery, disease process, triggers, alternatives and coping skills to live with the changes or          improve quality of life. The LaDrea Project offers an array of supports designed to meet the challenges            parents and youth are facing.

            Y.E.P. & P.E.P. Support Groups


Conflict Resolution Group  

 This therapist lead group will focus on relationships, association, circle of friends, negative behavior; , running away, gangs, crime  the conflict, appeal, triggers, consequences and the resolve to

 allow the youth to process  through the problems that are at the source of their conflicts, determine the reasons for the choices they made, find resolutions that are effective enough at preventing entanglement.   

 The youth will record in their dairies the purpose of the group the decision they choose to make, how it matters what do, how they understand conflict, consequences of their action and what think they need to do for a  productive life.


Counseling Group

       Anger Management Group                   Behavior Modification Group                 Emotional Support Group                           Process Group                                       Reflection Group                                   Situational Depression                           Stress Management Group


 Peer Counseling

  Peer Counseling is a panel of youth representing ever age group who will  review the misconduct of youth whom continuously struggle with behavior to determine resolution and coping skills that may help the peer understand that good choices and behavior are better tools to employ obtain needs, also more productive.

 Youth will be mentored by experience professional in the area of therapy, counseling, spirituality and law enforcement to help the peer counselors learn how to be effective at  assisting their peers in  developing  a behavioral action plan for positive behavior.

 Peer counselors will share personal experiences and advice with peers of their same age and education level. The purpose is to help them understand peer pressures coercision of today (car theft, guns, sex, smoking, drugs, robbery, popularity, absent parents, older friends unfair demands, gang influence control and adults that behave unprofessional in professional roles who try to get youth to do something they don’t want to or that is illegal. Teaching them it’s ok to say no. Helping them understand a choice should be what they want to do.