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Please send an email to admin@juliascounseling or call/text us directly at (832) 303-8933 to request more information. 

Some insurance accepted, and prices vary based on group. Please call or email to inquire. 

Free to Be Me: Social Skills Group (Ages 7-11)


8 weeks

Learn how to grow your self confidence, learn how to understand emotional self regulation, and learn strategies on interacting with others to build and maintain friendships. 


Parent as Partners in Play Group (Of children any ages)

10 weeks

Virtual with Natasha Prosperi, LMSW

Will Resume March 2022


Do you want to understand your child's needs, reflect in your own emotional triggers, set healthy boundaries, learn how to make time with your child more FUN, and respond effectively to challenging behaviors?

This group is designed to be engaging, supportive and overall some quality ME time for you as a parent to feel supported and reinvigorated to continue doing your most important work as a parent.



Science and Skills of Parenting Series (for parents of kids 3-12)

4 weeks

Virtual with Amanda Harrington, LPC, RPT

February 2022

This group is designed to help your child's current or future individual therapy facilitate healing quicker.  It will be a skill and support group for parents of kids ages 3-12. Learn the latest neuroscience behind parenting and regulating your child, recognizing parenting triggers to break maladaptive generational patterns, and learn how to co-regulate your child's brain during moments of frustration.


Teen Group: How to Handle Big Emotions and Social/Emotional Stress


Virtually with Kelly Nelson, LMSW

This group is designed for anyone ages 13+ who may feel overwhelmed with how to deal and cope with ongoing demands of life. Today more than ever, teens are facing pressure from many areas including social media, school, friends, family on who they need to be or how they need to act.  Join this group to learn more about your unique self and how to understand your unique identity and emotions before they overwhelm you. Learn skills, seek support from peers and group leader, and spend time learning how to de-stress your mind.