If your Quiet Teen has been called shy, introverted or sensitive, Shy Club may be a helpful resource to help them find their voice, manage emotions and feel more confident socializing in a group.
Shy Club is an after school group for Quiet Kids of all genders that meets for 8 weeks in Downtown San Francisco.
Two groups offered: ages 12-14 or 15-17
Through the use of dialogue, mindfulness exercises, communication skill building and creative projects, this group is designed to help your teen:
Increase self-esteem and feel more comfortable to be themselves around others.
Gain confidence to use their voice and communicate needs.
Learn to set boundaries, even when that is difficult.
Discover tools to take better care of themselves.
We are not currently running any groups.
To ensure a safe space to share openly and build connection, group size will be limited to five teens.
Flood Building - above Powell Street BART/Muni Station
870 Market Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
Total cost is $400-600 for all sessions. You select the price within that range that works with your financial situation.
Group Package includes:
One Family Intake Session
Eight Group Sessions
Two Individual Support Sessions
To sign-up, you can fill out the form below or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
April Snow specializes in helping Introverted and Highly Sensitive People reduce overwhelm, improve self-esteem and embrace their quiet nature. She regularly leads groups to provide a safe space for quiet types to feel empowered and understood.
April Snow is an Associate Marriage & Family Therapist (#94455) at the Center for Mindful Psychotherapy. Supervised by Julie Bjelland, LMFT #88019
Jessica Weikers is passionate about helping Artists, Activists, Queer folks, and Millennials dial down self-criticism and turn up self-compassion. She also supports high school students through the SFUSD Student Intervention Team.
Jessica Weikers is an Associate Marriage & Family Therapist (#94961) at the Center for Mindful Psychotherapy. Supervised by Devona Snook, LMFT #46970