After primary treatment, individuals in early recovery have hopes that relationships will naturally improve with sobriety and expectations that family members will be grateful and willing to grow along with them. This may not be the case for many.
SpeakUp! provides Youth, Educators and Parents the skills, opportunity and support to SpeakUp! and be heard on the critical issues of today. It enables youth to make positive life choices to become confident adults.
This support group for families meets each Wednesday from 7:00 to 8:30 at the New Leaf Club. There is no charge, preregistration or pre-approval needed to attend.
So2Speak is an exciting new facility, a "Homework Bar and Lounge" that provides a fun and safe place for teens to get help with homework, try new clubs, and hang out with friends.
This art exhibit will explore the psychological issues behind eating disorders. Artwork created by women with eating disorders will be shown, along with an exploration and interpretation of the themes contained within these images.
This free class was open to all parents, alumni and the community. Rabbi Judd Kruger Levingston, Ph.D., Director of Jewish Studies was be the facilitator.
The Lower Merion School District's Inter-School Council held a hands-on session to explore ways to better navigate through our busy and stress-filled lives.
Learn How to "Interview Wise" was presented by The New Leaf Club on November 17. The program concentrated on preparing recent graduates as they transition into the job market, focusing on interview success and personal presentation.
The New Leaf Club is a space where people can relax, connect and grow. Programs available engage teens and young adults to express themselves through art, theatre, music and writing.