WHAT WE DO
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CLC’s Adolescent Program offers evidence-based tools, skills, and information to help young individuals manage their thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. Our evidence-based, peer-reviewed curriculum and cognitive exercises provide practical practices for adolescents to better cope with stress, anxiety, and depression. This program gives youth empowering tools to identify and address trauma with more controlled responses to triggers.
Research supports the beneficial connection between nature and positive human emotions. CLC’s nature programs cultivate a unique experience by utilizing the senses to connect with nature. Individuals will learn evidence-based tools, skills, and knowledge on minimizing stress while maximizing emotional regulation, and improved quality of life. CLC Nature Walks and Retreats work best when combined with other CLC programs.
PARENTS & CAREGIVERS PROGRAM
CLC’s Cognitive Resilience Program provides self-care practices that help parents and caregivers to better handle the challenges of raising children in today's world. Our curriculum pulls from evidence-based models to help individuals identify stress in the body and the triggers that cause it. Trainees will learn tools, skills, and information to be more resilient, self-forgiving with less stress to cultivate happier healthier families.
SECONDARY TRAUMA PROGRAM
CLC’s Cognitive Resilience Program helps professionals that are exposed to trauma in the workplace with challenges such as burnout, fatigue, despair, and disassociation. This program gives individuals empowering tools to identify and address trauma, occupational stress, and triggers with more controlled responses. Our evidence-based cognitive exercises help individuals to build resilience and address day-to-day professional and personal challenges.
Research shows veterinarians are one of the highest at-risk populations for suicidal tendencies. CLC’s Veterinary Program assists veterinary communities with challenges often faced in the profession such as depression, burnout, and despair. Our curriculum pulls from evidence-based models to identify and address occupational stress and secondary trauma. Trainees will learn cognitive techniques to better manage challenges in the workplace and in personal lives.
PET BEREAVEMENT PROGRAM
When a cherished pet dies, the experience of grief and bereavement is real, significant, and heart-wrenching. In fact, the effects of losing a pet can be physical as well as psychological resulting in a loss of our dopamine and serotonin (feel-good hormones), and an increase of cortisol (stress hormone). This program provides evidence-based tools to help bereaving pet parents to find relief and coping mechanisms to manage the grief of pet loss.