Our therapists are trained to work individually with clients to support and teach skills that help girls create a life worth living. Whether it is a difficult life transition such as a move, grief, loss, academic problems, moving to the next grade level, school change, friendship break-ups, romantic break-ups, divorce or a mental health concern such as stress, anxiety, depression, ADHD, eating disorders, anger, perfectionism, procrastination, motivation or over-achieving we are here to help!
RTG is also equipped to counsel or coach girls, especially in college, online. This provides a lot more flexibility in how we are able to help and support girls. The transition to college can be difficult and girls often find relief that they do not have to quit counseling because they are able to continue with their therapist. Sessions are individual.
Rates for individual sessions either in person or online vary by therapist expertise and experience. We offer a scale from $40 - $160/session. Sessions may be reimbursed through out-of-network benefits based on your insurance benefits. Call us at 863-269-7600 to discuss who might be the best fit for your situation.
Group can be a scary thought for girls yet we have seen it be one of the most life-changing experiences once they get over the initial fears. Our groups are open and year round with a variety of ages. Led by professionals who are experts in group CBT girls learn skills to cope with a variety of stresses such as social anxiety and academic pressure. Anxiety and depression are also addressed in group. Groups are $40/session and meet weekly. Sessions may be reimbursed through out-of-network benefits based on your insurance benefits. Call us at 863-269-7600 to discuss which group might be the best fit for your daughter.
Monday Nights - 6:30pm-8pm at RTG Lakeland (8th-11th grade)
Thursday Nights - 6pm-7:30pm at RTG Lakeland (8th-11th grade)
Monday Nights - 5:30pm - 6pm at RTG Lakeland Tweens (ages 10-12)
moms of teen girls
Moms of teen girls is group support and help with the best ways to communicate with your daughter during the teen years. Led by Katie McNichol M.S. who has over 11 years of working with teen girls and mental health, she helps moms with what are the most effective and ineffective ways to encourage and help your daughter, especially during distress. Groups are short-term and education focused, repeating each month.