A Leiya Group

Emotion Explorers

A Skill-Building Group for Rising 1st and 2nd Graders

Join Dr. Meghan Luby for an 8-week group for 1st and 2nd graders to enhance their ability to identify and regulate their emotions. In the hour-long group, Children will spend time learning about their brain, understanding the power of their thoughts, and practicing relaxation and self-soothing strategies. Children will graduate the group with new tools and language to support the day-to-day emotional challenges of life.

This 8-week group will focus on:

  • Identifying Emotions
  • Self-Regulation Strategies
  • Building Confidence
  • Increasing Cognitive Flexibility
  • Utilizing Relaxation¬† Techniques
Dr. Luby is a Clinical Psychologist, co-founder of Leiya and a mom. She specializes in working with children with a variety of conditions including generalized anxiety, social anxiety, selective mutism, obsessive-compulsive disorders, stress management issues, and parent-child relationship concerns.

This group will meet at our

Berkeley Location

2999 Regent Street, Berkeley, CA

Leiya members: Please reach out to your care team lead for more information on upcoming dates, cost and registration.

Non-Leiya members: This group costs $120 a session ($920 total). Reach out below for more information on upcoming dates and to save your spot.

 

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Headshot of Dr. Meghan Luby
Dr. Meghan Luby

Lead Clinician

Dr. Luby is a Clinical Psychologist, co-founder of Leiya and a mom. She specializes in working with children with a variety of conditions including generalized anxiety, social anxiety, selective mutism, obsessive-compulsive disorders, stress management issues, and parent-child relationship concerns.

Headshot of Dr. Meghan Luby
Dr. Meghan Luby

Lead Clinician

Dr. Luby is a Clinical Psychologist, co-founder of Leiya and a mom. She specializes in working with children with a variety of conditions including generalized anxiety, social anxiety, selective mutism, obsessive-compulsive disorders, stress management issues, and parent-child relationship concerns.