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FAMILY ADVOCACY May 2008. SERVICES FOR INDIVIDUALS *Stress Management/*Anger Management Available in the workplace by request.

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*Stress Management/*Anger Management

Available in the workplace by request.

*Men’s Group Nine weekly sessions. This psycho-educational group explores behaviors which have led to incidents of domestic violence.  Focuses on power and control issues and how they affect male-female relationships.  The curriculum is based on the Duluth Model for education groups of men who batter.  Wednesdays, 10:30-1200.

*La FeminaFive weekly sessions. This psycho-educational group emphasizes self-esteem, equality, and mutual respect as healthy alternatives to anger, jealousy, codependency and attempting to control others.  This group offers women the chance to develop positive coping mechanisms to deal with dysfunctional emotions. Tuesdays, 10:30-1200.


(Family Advocacy Safety Education Seminar) 4-hour class offered monthly. Covers: Dynamics of Maltreatment & the Impact on a Family, Anger Management, Stress & Relaxation, Alcohol & Domestic Violence, Deployment Concerns, Relationship Safety, Communication, Parenting Strategies, Family Advocacy Program, and Community Resources.



(Family Advocacy Strength Based Services) Marriage and family counseling for active duty members and their families. Starting 1 May.

*(Open to anyone with access to Tinker AFB.)


*Common Sense Parenting ClassSix-week class for parents of children ages 6 through 17.

*Parent TalkMonthly half-hour appointments with a child psychologist for parents with concerns such as sibling rivalry, aggressive behavior, toilet learning problems, temper tantrums, family separations, and deployments. Emphasis on children ages 12 years and younger

*Developmental ConsultationsFor parents with children under age 5. Ask professionals in the areas of Child Development and Speech/Language Pathology about your child’s development and behavior. Includes discussions on developmental milestones/red flags in the areas of fine & gross motor skills, personal-social skills, speech & language development and hearing. Parent education and age appropriate stimulation activities will be provided and discussed.

*Infant Massage ClassFour sessions for parents with children under 12 months old. Have fun with your baby while you learn techniques to calm and soothe your child. Strengthens bonding between parent and child.Nurturing touch stimulates your infant’s brain development

*Rhythm BabiesA joyful movement and music experience for parents and preschoolers. Starting in May.

Call 734-4390 for information, appointments, or to enroll

  • New Parent Support Program
  • Eligibility:
  • Expecting a baby
  • Have children under age three
  • Planning to adopt a child under three
  • Priority on active duty military families—
  • (Other TRICARE beneficiaries on a space-available basis)
  • Our registered nurses and social workers offer:
  • Assessments
  • Prenatal education/Postnatal education
  • Information on a wide variety of topics
  • Marriage/Family Counseling
  • Parenting Classes
  • Free books!
  • Support
  • *Baby Business ClassFive session class meets Thursday evenings from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm.  Classes cover infant health care, infant/child CPR, postpartum depression, baby safety, care seat safety, parenting concerns and child growth and development. 
  • *Toddler Time and Baby & MeWeekly support/play groups for parents of children under age 3. (Baby & Me is for parents of infants 0 – 12 months.) Join us at the Youth Center for fun and friendship.
  • *Dads: the Basics (In a Nutshell)A class taught by dads for new and soon-to-be dads. Topics include pregnancy, coping with crying, ways to show you care, and more!
  • *Parenting Young ChildrenFive-week class for parents of children under six. Helps parents understand and guide their children.