The Relationship Spectrum can help you think about what aspects of your relationship are working and which one could use some help. Download the document for yourself, your colleagues, or your family members to use as a guide to thinking about the relationships in your life.
As a counseling center, guided by universal principles of empathy, understanding, and growth, Kindred Place stands unequivocally with Black and Brown people against racial inequities and injustice. We stand with children whose schools have more armed officers than counselors. We stand with mothers and fathers who fear for their children’s safety and for their own, every single day.
In this time, when the floor feels unsteady and the sky out of reach, join us in solidarity with parents who fear for their sons and daughters, with all who seek peace and justice.
In the interest of public health, Kindred Place has suspended in-person services to prevent the spread of COVID-19, but we are now offering individual counseling services via telehealth. We are also temporarily waiving co-pays for counseling sessions to ensure help is available to all families in the Greater Memphis area.
Today, like you, most of us are working from home.
But a few of our therapists, on a new rotation schedule, are in our building calling clients. In between calls, we're all learning Zoom and Slack and Teams, just like you are.
Like you, the board and staff at Kindred Place have been monitoring the news and carefully considering public health recommendations to protect our clients, our staff, and the community. The last thing we want to do is add a burden or barrier to families who are already struggling. Read more on our health and safety precautions as we navigate these challenging times, together.
Through the evolution of our name, from The Exchange Club Family Center to Kindred Place, we’ve gone through a little bit of an evolution ourselves. It was important for our name to reflect who we are and always been, and that’s a Kindred Place. We are here to improve family functioning through our therapy and programs; it’s what we’ve done and will continue to do. Find out what’s new with Kindred Place. And remember: peace begins here.
Catherine Collins and Crystal Carter of Kindred Place appeared on 'Live at 9' to discuss Couple to Co-Parents, our newest program.
The Germantown Charity Horseshow raised over $50,000 to support Kindred Place in their efforts to enable families to help families create peaceful homes through trauma-focused therapy, parenting support and other resources.
Comprehensive Anger Management Program (CAMP) Fall classes open for registration. This 10-week group counseling for children and teens exhibiting behavior problems or in need of emotional regulation and/or life skills begins October 1.
Earlier this month the Kindred Place Board met to discuss the programs and services they provide. In this meeting, a decision was made on the future of supervised visitation services.
CAMP involves 10-week group counseling for children and teens exhibiting behavior problems or in need of emotional regulation and/or life skills. Their family and/or caregivers will learn new skills alongside them. Learn more about the classes offered.
In October, our friends went Over the Edge for a Kindred Community to show their support for our mission to end family violence. As we enter a new season, with a new name, we've committed to taking a brave step to break the cycle of abuse and build peaceful neighborhoods.
Anger is a normal emotion. The Exchange Club Family Center has developed a 10-week program to help children, teens and parents find methods of anger management that work.