"If you spend your whole life waiting for the storm, you'll never enjoy the sunshine." -Morris West
Lifescapes Counseling Associates, PLLC
Led by Yolanda Davis & Shanita Brown
Clinical Supervision Group
Led by Amy B. Moulds, MEd, LPC, NCC
This ongoing group serves as a source of validation, support, and mutual growth to recent graduates of counseling and other clinical mental health graduate programs who are seeking licensure in North Carolina. This group is also appropriate for second year graduate students currently in internships and recently licensed professionals who are seeking additional guidance and professional challenge.
Peakway Market Square
800 W. Williams Street, Suite 251
Apex, NC 27502
Phone 919 303 0273
Fax 919 303 5986
Led by Sandy Johnson
Living in Balance is a therapeutic group for adult men and women struggling with substance abuse. This group will maintain a tolerant, holistic perspective, focusing on healthy, balanced living. Participants will receive support and guidance in a safe, confidential, and private environment. Although not a 12-step program, this group will be compatible with such programs, and may be an appropriate alternative for those who, for whatever reason, prefer not to attend community based support meetings. The group will meet on Tuesday evenings at 6 pm and will run for 12 weeks at a time in our Apex professional counseling office.
Girls Empowered and Motivated to Stand! GEMS is a 7 week psychoeducation therapy group for adolescent girls age 11-14 who have struggled with, or are struggling with bullying (also known as Relational Aggression). Emotionally and even physically abusive behavior among adolescents is becoming nothing short of an epidemic.
This group is designed to increase self-esteem, boundaries, and appropriate assertive behavior to reduce girls' vulnerability to cyberbulling, emotional abuse,relationship violence, and other forms of disrespect. Insurance is accepted and a sliding scale fee is available. This group meets on Wednesdays at 6 pm, beginning November 1st.