Counseling and Conflict Resolution Strategies for ALL AGES
Counseling is especially helpful for those experiencing difficulties in interpersonal relationships.
This includes those who have trouble with self-regulation, low self esteem, executive functioning, impulse control, and poor frustration tolerance.
Strategies equip you with confidence to build and grow relationships one on one or in a small group setting, while providing you with the skills to better manage stressors in real life. Some examples of common stressors may include:
Friendship struggles and dramas Being bullied, teased, or excluded Pressures related to school, work, and home Dealing with difficult or unexpected situations and change Having low self-confidence and self-esteem
Counseling is ideal for any person in need of learning and/or improving Coping Skills and Conflict Resolution Strategies. Individual and Group sessions utilize an experiential learning approach and facilitate skills-sets through a process of coaching, modeling, role-playing, and performance-feedback.
Skills can be practiced at home so carryover and generalization can occur in real life settings.
Some examples of benefits may include learning how to:
Make and keep friends and relationships Use anger management, anger reducers, and coping skills Understand and communicate feelings Maintain emotional self control Increase self-esteem Understand social cues Deal with competition, bullies, and rivals Have good sportsmanship Engage in teamwork Have conversational skills Problem solve Be assertive Show empathy Make positive choices Counseling is by appointment With Dr. Patricia Griffin Goshen, NY