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.