Sometimes one of the best supports when we are going through difficult experiences is actually someone else who is going through the same thing. Group therapy works off this premise. Group therapy is facilitated by a therapist and is most effective when done in conjunction with individual therapy. The curriculum incorporates both processing the emotions and circumstances around the experience, as well as psychoeducation about the experience. Not only do you have the support and validation of the therapists (both individual and group), you have the support and validation of the other members of the group who have experienced similar difficult situations and are also traversing this process. Group therapy is a place to connect.
Drinking? Smoking? Sober-curious? If you have wondered if your use of alcohol or marijuana is too much, or if you’ve tried to get sober and couldn’t, or if you’ve ever thought about sobriety, this is the group for you. The curriculum will incorporate psychoeducation around how this use is a coping mechanism, what other coping skills there are, and how this use has affected relationships in your life. The foundation of this group therapy is curiosity. This is a space for you to take a look at your use of alcohol and/or marijuana and see if it does serve you, what else possibly could, and what effects (good and bad) this use has had in your life.
This group is a Tween processing and psychoeducation group for 8-13 year olds. It will tackle social media, bullying, relationships and boundaries, emotional coping, and handling the pressure of being a Tween. This is a good chance for kids to connect around their concerns and feel that they are not alone.
Empower – Support for sexually abused boys
Helping sexually abused boys between the ages of 7-13 years old to understand they are not alone in their abuse. This group will work with coping strategies, self-esteem, safe boundaries and relationships.
Healing After a Divorce
This is a processing group for people that have gone through divorce. Whether your divorce was years ago or is currently being completed, this group is good support. It will address family dynamics, what you can do to improve future relationships, and just talking about how you feel.
Survivors of Spousal/Partner Suicide
This is an ongoing, open-ended processing group to provide support for the partners and spouses that have lost their loved ones to suicide. This is a donation based group that meets on the second Friday of the month from 6:30 pm until 8:00 pm.