Good Vibes is Kicking off April 30th as Brookings County Child Protection Team's last event for Child Abuse Awareness month. “have good vibes” (...vɑɪbz): “to have good feelings, to feel and absorb positivity amongst and in conjunction with others” (Mcgraw-Hill). Free for a limited time!
Good Vibes is being offered this Spring and Summer for adolescents who are adjusting to challenges and developing resiliency, self-reliant skills and positive self-esteem.
The program is designed for teens and pre-teens who would benefit from self-expression through music in a supportive, counseling-type environment, led by Board Certified Music Therapist and Music Therapy Empowers owner, Kristina Gindo.
We will use current music that teens enjoy or are listening to currently such as rap, hip-hop, electronic and rock—with the purpose of helping teens relate music to their personal lives.
No musical skills will be necessary. Good Vibes will be a laid-back way for teens to explore and strengthen identity, personal strengths and relationships with others. Activities will include listening to music, writing acoustic songs, playing guitars, drums, keyboards, electronic music creation and other music-making experiences.
After 6 months of sessions, a nominal fee may be charged. Group members are invited to try this group that is available at no charge for a limited time. (See back for more information)