Harvest Hands Counseling Program
The social-emotional development of children is an important aspect of healthy living. Harvest Hands has developed an internship in partnership with local universities that provides counselors-in-training who are experts in social-emotional learning, individual counseling and family support.
Children enrolled in Harvest Hands programs will participate in groups that build skills in areas such as self-confidence and anger management. Counseling is also available to help children who have individual difficulty managing their behavior, emotions, or stress.
Seminars are offered throughout the year to help parents learn more about child development and raising healthy, happy kids. These resources are available at no additional cost to children and their families.
If you are a therapist in training and would like more information about applying to become an intern at Harvest Hands CDC, click the link below.
If you are a parent of a Harvest Hands student and you believe your child would benefit from counseling services, contact Chartrice Crowley, Director of After School Programs at 615.499.4963.