Group Sessions

Therapy Pro group sessions provide a supportive environment for people to make friends, learn new skills and develop strategies.

Group Sessions Term 4 2020

Therapy Pro’s Term 4 2020 group sessions will take place online. You can use a phone, computer or tablet to participate in the sessions run by skilled group facilitators.


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Adolescent Social Skills Group Session

  • Teens aged 13 to 18 years
  • Conversation and problem solving skills
  • Make and maintain friendships
  • Develop functional skills to get a job

This eight week social skills group session will help adolescents who may be reluctant, nervous or have trouble regulating their emotions to build conversation and communication skills to enable them to communicate confidently and effectively with peers, family members and out and about in the community.

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Anger Management Group Session

  • Adults and older adolescents
  • For people with a moderate intellectual disability
  • Suitable for people with challenging behaviours
  • NDIS participants

This eight week anger management group session will help people with a moderate intellectual disability to learn what triggers their anger, to manage expectations, and techniques they can use to decrease their expression of anger, to allow them to find a job or participate in the community.

Join this group session now

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Adolescent Social Skills Group Session

  • Teens aged 13 to 18 years
  • Conversation and problem solving skills
  • Make and maintain friendships
  • Develop functional skills to get a job

This eight week social skills group session will help adolescents who may be reluctant, nervous or have trouble regulating their emotions to build conversation and communication skills to enable them to communicate confidently and effectively with peers, family members and out and about in the community.

The online nature of the group sessions appeal to participants that are comfortable connecting and chatting in an online gaming or social environment, and equally support participants who may be usually wary of group situations or social interaction.

Run by experienced speech and language pathologists and skilled group facilitators, Amy Coleman and Sallyann Murray,participants will be guided through each weekly session, building a tool kit of questions, strategies and resources to prepare them to communicate more confidently. Amy and Sallyann will meet each participant prior to the sessions commencing to appropriately place them with other suitable participants and touch base approximately one month after to course to see how participants are going using their tool kit.

More detail:

Group sessions will run for eight weeks starting in Term 4 2020, week beginning the 12 of October.

The cost is $670 for eight weeks and is available to NDIS participants to use their improved daily living funds.

A service agreement will be sent to confirm enrolment.

The participant will need access to a device – phone, laptop, tablet, PC – and the internet.


Anger Management Group Session

  • Adults and older adolescents
  • For people with a moderate intellectual disability
  • Suitable for people with challenging behaviours
  • NDIS participants

This eight week anger management group session will help people with a moderate intellectual disability to learn what triggers their anger, to manage expectations, and techniques they can use to decrease their expression of anger, to allow them to find a job or participate in the community.

More detail:

Group sessions will run for eight weeks starting in Term 4 2020, week beginning the 12 of October.

The cost is $670 for eight weeks and is available to NDIS participants to use their improved daily living funds.

A service agreement will be sent to confirm your enrolment


FAQ

How do I pay for a group course?

There are a number of ways you can pay for Therapy Pro’s group courses. You can use money from your NDIS allocation.

How do I access a course?

Currently all Therapy Pro group sessions are being run online. You will need access to a computer, tablet or mobile phone. You will need to have your video turned on and a microphone available so the facilitator can see and hear you.

I’m not sure learning online is right for me or my child

Our therapists are skilled in working and delivering the highest standards of therapy and intervention through an online platform. In some cases, provides a level of safety or distance some people prefer, and for young digital natives an online platform provides strong engagement. Therapy Pro therapists are knowledgeable and experienced running group sessions and delivering interventions to children with an ASD diagnosis or communication delays.

What do I take away from the course?

At the end of a Therapy Pro course, you will be provided with an individualised electronic handbook outlining your feedback and progress, so you can continue with the strategies and tools at home.


In this video, Therapy Pro speech and language therapist, Jenny, discuss how Therapy Pro uses telehealth with clients.

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