Our practice is pleased to offer both time-limited and ongoing therapy groups.  

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Young Women's Group

Starting soon; space available.

To inquire, click above button or e-mail Holly K. Lynch, MA, LPC-Intern, NCC, RYT at hlynch@therapydallas.com

This virtual process group is intended for young professionals seeking to gain insight and enhanced self-awareness alongside others seeking the same.  Topics to be explored will likely include relationship dynamics, career, multicultural topics, health/wellness, and family of origin.  Designed to address the  isolation and stress inherent to living through a pandemic, this group affords a meaningful opportunity for connection within a confidential setting. 

Wednesday evenings from 5:00-6:00pm
Monthly fee: $240 (monthly commitment supports group cohesion)
Facilitated by Holly K. Lynch, MA, LPC-Intern, NCC, RYT
Supervised by Victoria Coburn

ADHD Parent Group

Next offered group: October 2020

Interested in this group?  Click above button or e-mail info@therapydallas.com

This 8-week didactic group is designed specifically for parents of children who have been diagnosed with ADHD. Over the course of 8 once-weekly sessions, parents will collectively learn evidence-based behavioral management strategies aimed at reducing the problematic behaviors often seen among children diagnosed with ADHD. We will also pay close attention to discerning and consistently rewarding your child’s healthy and adaptive behaviors! By the end of this group, many parents report an increased understanding of their child’s needs, an increased confidence in their ability to respond to their child’s needs, and an overall improvement in the parent-child relationship.


Session Content/Overview:

  • Session 1:  Pay Attention to Me!
    Attending to and reinforcing your child’s adaptive behavior
  • Session 2:  Why Does He/She Do That??
    Using Functional Behavioral Assessment (FBA) to analyze and modify your child’s behavior; Responding with choice-giving and limit-setting
  • Session 3:  Token Economies and Star Charts
    Using positive reinforcement strategies to enhance behavior
  • Session 4:  More Tokens, More Stars
    Refining reinforcement strategies to optimize efficacy
  • Session 5:  Homework Solutions
    Strategies for addressing homework struggles and avoidance
  • Session 6:  House Rules & Time Out
    The importance of established expectations and consistent consequences
  • Session 7:  Consequences, Continued
    What to do when Time Out isn’t right (or doesn’t work!)
  • Session 8:  The “Parenting Playbook”
    Developing and refining your consistent “playbook” of parenting strategies

This group is for parents only (children may not attend) and will meet once-weekly from 12:00-1:15pm on Thursdays (with the exception of 11/26, Thanksgiving Day).  Space is limited, so call now for availability and pricing information.

Dr. Ohlenforst has worked with children, adolescents, and adults throughout her training at UT Southwestern Medical Center and Stanford School of Medicine. As founder and Clinical Director of Therapy Dallas, she specializes in individual and family-based interventions for children and adolescents with anxiety, ADHD, and behavioral difficulties.

 

 

Quaranteen Group

Group in progress.  Open to new members.

To inquire, click above button or e-mail Holly K. Lynch, MA, LPC-Intern, NCC, RYT at hlynch@therapydallas.com

This ongoing weekly group is designed designed for girls ages 12-15 who may benefit from group/social support during the COVID-19 pandemic.  This group aims to:

  1. Foster distant socializing in a healthy way (thereby reducing isolation and preserving intact, pre-pandemic relationships), and
  2. Help teens prepare for and navigate a healthy return to pre-COVID-19 life.  Space is limited, and participants are thoughtfully screened to reduce overlap of schools and social circles.
Thursdays from 5:30-6:20pm
Monthly fee: $160 (monthly commitment supports group cohesion)
Confidential setting: Participants are thoughtfully screened to reduce overlap of schools and social circles. 
Space is limited.
Facilitated by Holly K. Lynch, MA, LPC-Intern, NCC, RYT
Supervised by Victoria Coburn