Our Programs:

Inner & Outer Life Skills

The Sky Center offers free support groups in schools upon request from interested parties in the Santa Fe Public Schools.

Program Description

The Inner/Outer Life Skills Program is based on an 8-10-week responsive curriculum that strengthens both the internal and external resources participants need to cope and thrive. Student participants are identified by the school principal and/or wellness counselors as needing services.

Groups are offered live and on-line via Google Meets in accordance with current public health guidelines. Participants are chosen by the school staff that know them best and who feel they might benefit. If you are a parent interested in having your child join, please contact a representative at your school in order to inquire about this possibility.

What We Provide

Some of the behavioral issues we address include, but are not limited to:

  • lack of personal control
  • aggressive behavior
  • depressed mood
  • bullying
  • relational issues
  • academic failure
  • grief and loss.

 Program evaluations show increased ability to:

  • regulate moods
  • greater stress management skills when faced with adversity
  • increased self-awareness of feelings
  • improved relationships with parents and other adults
  • a renewed sense of hope

I have more control over how I let others’ words/actions affect me.

YOUTH

It was helpful because I knew I wasn’t the only one with problems going on.

YOUTH

Get Help

If you are in need of these services, or for more information, please contact us or use the form below:

The Sky Center


505-473-6191
theskycenter@nmsip.org

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