Calm Waters Grief Support Groups meet every other Monday evening, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. All Grief Support Groups are on-going. Families, children, ages 3 to 18, and individuals, may join a support group at any time and attend as long as needed. Groups are segmented by type of loss such as long-term illness, suicide, homicide, accidental death, infant loss and anticipatory grief. Families will attend the same night together and participants are divided by developmental age, type of death, and their relationship to the deceased loved one.
Divorce support groups meet every other week on Thursday evenings from 6:30-7:30 p.m., August through June for ages three years-old to adult. In order to attend divorce support groups, children must be aware that parents are divorcing. Co-parents who were never married and going through a custody change may also attend group.Family members are divided into age appropriate groups including children groups, teen groups, young adult and adult groups. All family members may attend or a single adult; minors cannot attend groups without a guardian present. Both parents are welcomed to attend as we have two adult groups so that each co-parent may attend their own group. Consistent attendance is most beneficial for the family.
School-age children who have experienced significant loss such as death, divorce, foster and adoptive care, incarceration, deportation and deployment will benefit from a 9- week Calm Waters school support group that could help each child process their feelings and experiences, with the goal of positively impacting coping skills, behavior and achievement. Calm Waters provides grief training and grief group facilitators for schools, Pre-K through 12, to conduct free 9-week grief support groups during the school day, utilizing Calm Waters curriculum. Register your student and your school online, today!
Calm Waters offers counseling sessions for individual adults, children, families and couples are available on a sliding fee scale. Services are available to anyone who is experiencing challenges resulting from a death, divorce, deployment, deportation, incarceration, adoption or foster care.
Consultation is not considered a therapeutic service; rather, it is an opportunity to engage in a formal discussion with an expert who may provide guidance on a particular topic. Consultation differs from counseling in that Consultation is limited to no more than three sessions and is focused on an exchange of information. Private consultation is $60 a session, three session maximum.
Co-Parenting Seminar is a $55, four-hour Oklahoma court-mandated seminar for divorcing/separating parents. House Bill 2249 requires divorcing parents with children under the age of 18 to attend an educational program concerning the impact of divorce on children. This seminar meets court requirements for a co-parenting or parenting class for parents involved in the divorce process.
Our in-house therapists are available to visit your organization or school due to an employee death, injury or workplace violence/trauma. Each session is customizable and can include presentations and/or individual and small-group meetings. The first 1.5 hours are free, then $125 an hour.