Educational/Informational Presentations | Girls Groups | Being a Girl | Coping with Cliques | Girls Circle Programs |
Canvas Painting | Playgroup | School Readiness Workshop
Individual Counseling | Marriage Counseling | Family Counseling | FINS (Families In Need of Services) | Juvenile Services | Pretrial Services | Adult Behavior Modification | Parent Education Programs | Teen Education Programs | Court-Ordered Services
Creative Family Solutions
Character Critters | Character Counts | Nurturing Parenting | Play Group (children ages 0-6) | Girls Circle Programs |
Painting Programs | Court-Ordered Juvenile Substance Abuse (MATRIX Model)
Life skills, Parent/Child Therapy, Play Therapy, Self-Esteem, Stress Management, Etc.
FAMILY AND MARRIAGE COUNSELING
Co-parenting, Couples Counseling, Custody Evaluations, Divorce Counseling and Marriage Counseling
FINS (FAMILIES IN NEED OF SERVICES)
Families are referred to FINS before getting involved in the juvenile justice system. We attend hearings, provide case management, monitor progress for six months, coordinate services with outside agencies, schools, courts, physicians, and provide counseling recommended to CFS from the FINS panel.
JUVENILE & PRETRIAL SERVICES
We coordinate with State and Parish Probation and the District Attorney’s Pretrial Intervention Program to provide case management and support, random drug screens, and provide treatment on an individual basis.
ADULT BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION
Participants learn effective ways to manage anger, stop violence or the threat of violence, and to develop self-control over thoughts and actions. Also, groups receive feedback and support from other members.
VINYASA YOGA CLASS
Vinyasa yoga is defined as movement with breath. In this class, Sara Lyon LPC RYT will guide you through a series of invigorating movements aligning the posturing with breath, focus and mindful meditation. This class is designed for all levels but participants must be able to get up and down off the floor. Please bring a yoga mat and wear comfortable clothing.
Mondays (6pm-7pm) at West Regional Library (105 Lakewood Dr. Luling LA 70070)
This is a story and activity approach to teaching character to preschool, kindergarten and young children ages 4 to 9. This program was designed to be used by teachers or counselors in a classroom, summer camp, or day care setting and private programs. The program teaches six concepts of character: Trustworthiness, Respect, Fairness, Caring, Citizenship and Responsibility.
This is a nationally recognized program used with grades K through 12. The framework is centered on the following values: Trustworthiness, Respect, Responsibility, Fairness, Caring and Citizenship.
Body Image (Ages 12+)
This program examines cultural messages and personal beliefs that influence body image.
Paths to the Future (Ages 12+)
This is a skill building support circle for at-risk or court-involved girls.
Being a Girl (Ages 11-13)
This group introduces girls to a positive experience of a support circle.
This evidence-based Nurturing Parent Program focuses on the development of empathy, self-worth, self-awareness, empowerment, discipline with dignity, appropriate family roles and age-appropriate expectations of children’s development.
Program for children 0 to 6 years offers parents and toddlers an environment to learn and grow while having fun with others in a nurturing environment.
ADOLESCENT SUBSTANCE ABUSE
Creative Family Solutions uses The Matrix Model for Teens and Young Adults for the intensive outpatient substance abuse program. It consists of three different groups as we as individual and family counseling sessions as needed. In the program, clients are offered the opportunity to discuss their struggles with addiction and current triggers, as well as share successes and lessons learned. The group has scheduled topics but also includes a supportive component which allows the clients to learn from each other and provide support when needed.