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What’s Your Teen Doing This Summer?

What’s Your Child Doing For Therapy?

This summer a therapy group will be starting for tween. The group registration is open giving you time to prepare, sign up, and get everything ready ahead of time.

Santos Counseling PLLC holds the Tween Therapy Groups. The group helps those who struggle with emotional difficulties build self-esteem, overcome challenges, learn healthy coping skills, and more.

Your child experiences pressures from school, making certain grades, being included, learning to express themselves, and more. The therapy groups bring like-minded participants together. Relationships are built. Laughter takes place and lots of moments of growth.

Register Today for the Therapy Group

Call 336-663-6570 to register or complete the form below.

Therapy for kids in Greensboro, North Carolina

Therapy Works!

If you are not certain, please list what you feel would be the most important primary service to start with. The intake coordinator will support you during the scheduling process.
Please check multiple age boxes if needed.
Please check multiple age boxes if needed. Please only add information you are comfortable sharing. This is not a HIPAA compliant form. The completion of the form does not establish a counselor and client relationship. ​If you're experiencing a crisis that can't wait, please first contact 911 or go directly to your nearest emergency department.


Common reasons to start therapy:

  • Emotional difficulties include anxiety and depression
  • School performance issues
  • Low mood or sadness
  • Bullying
  • Peer pressure
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How does the Therapy Group Help Kids?

The group consists of 6 participants. Not too many, not too little. Just the perfect number to have enough space for each teen to feel that they are connecting with the therapist and each other.


The group teaches the following principles of counseling:

  • How to understand triggers that cause emotional challenges.
  • How to create coping skills to address the triggers.
  • Ways to build healthy relationships with self and peers.
  • Ways to overcome current challenges.

As the counselor in Greensboro, I do my best to support your child in sessions and outside. This means that I understand how to communicate with kids. It’s one of the reasons why I love working with teens and why the therapy group has so many success stories.

As you consider the therapy group, please be mindful that participants must register first.