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We often need the emotional and moral support of others in order to progress in various treatment programs–whether that is an addiction, a mental health disorder, or even working through our own grief. Group counseling helps you to know that you are not alone in your unique circumstances. We are all going through something, and there is no shame in needing a little extra help.

Our highly trained counselors guide group sessions with a focus on each individual’s progress. As you interact with others in your group, you will learn more about yourself, along with new behaviors and methods for communication.

In group counseling, not only can you learn from other group members’ experiences, but you can also contribute to the success of their treatment by sharing your own.

The types of group counseling we offer may vary by location, but typically include:

This is a group where people learn skills related to mindfulness, interpersonal effectiveness, distress tolerance and emotional regulation.

A skill within DBT that allows for people to analyze behaviors that they have identified as problematic and begin to work on solutions to change them.

This group teaches skills related to moral reasoning including goal setting and time management.

The MBRP group curriculum integrates mindfulness meditation practices with cognitive-behavioral strategies to support clients’ and assist them to decrease discomfort (physical, cognitive and emotional) as opposed to reactively reaching for a quick “fix.”

This group teaches the introductory concepts to mindfulness and people get to practice multiple ways to be mindful in order to reduce anxiety, depression and symptoms associated with addiction.

This is our capstone group where one uses their own spirituality to discover wisdom, morality, and mastery of mind.

Peer support group services are provided by a certified peer specialist. If you want to talk to someone about addiction issues who is not a professional counselor, this is someone who can relate to you and serve as a resource for helping change come about.

This group will help clients stay connected during a time of isolation, gain a greater understanding of anxiety and stress, feel validated and learn skills to reduce the frequency, intensity and duration of anxiety and related symptoms.

CBT-based chronic pain/illness group to assist clients in dealing with thought patterns and behaviors that affect pain levels and ultimately mental health and overall well-being.

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