Girls 360º Group is a seven-week group for girls ages 14 to 18, educating them on a full spectrum of topics that impact a female adolescent's life. This group is designed for girls who need help to increase self-esteem, learn about healthy and safe relationships, increase assertiveness, understand decision-making and reasonable risk-taking, and build a positive self-image.
Participants meet from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm Tuesdays for seven weeks, February 7 through March 28, at The Village's Alexandria office, 4133 Iowa St, Suite 105. This group is led by interns Amanda Radtke and Rebecca Swanson. Activities include guest speakers, crafts, therapy videos, and more.
This group is available to residents of Douglas County at no cost, thanks to grant funding from the Ruth McDonald Fund of the Alexandria Area Community Foundation. Those who live outside Douglas County may also pay to participate. Village EAP sessions may be used to cover the cost of the group.
For more information or to register, call 701-451-4811.