We offer several therapy groups, each with a unique approach and specific focus. These groups meet weekly and are lead by one of our licensed therapists. Depending on your plan, group therapy may be covered by your insurance.
Yoga Infused Therapy Group (Monday evenings). Jill Strahan, LMSW, 200RYT, SAP takes participants through a series of postures, guided meditation, breathing techniques and group discussion. Perfect for beginners and open to all adults, this group aims to help you develop a deeper connection with your mind, body, and spirit. Classes range from 60 - 75 minutes.
Living Skills Personal Growth (Wednesday afternoons). Toni Hernalsteen, LMSW leads this curriculum-based group that covers the internal skills you need to be a positive community member including values and responsibilities, interpersonal skills, refusal skills, making decisions, setting and attaining goals, and parenting and child development.
Trauma Recovery Empowerment Model (TREM) Group - For Women. Thisweekly group is designed to bring recovery to women who struggle with a history of trauma/abuse as well as mental health and/or substance use issues. Topics include: setting boundaries, developing ways to feel better, healthy relationships, and personal healing.
TREM addresses both short-term and long-term consequences of violent victimization, including mental health symptoms, especially posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and depression, and substance abuse. This group model of facilitated healing has been used successfully in a variety of settings and with people from many different backgrounds.
Mindfulness Based Relapse Prevention Group. This is an 8-week group for people struggling with addiction. Mindfulness Based Relapse Prevention integrates cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) with a mindfulness approach. These practices help participants improve their ability to pause, observe present experience, and bring awareness to the different choices they have in each moment. The 8-week format covers:
- Automatic Pilot and Relapse
- Awareness of Triggers and Craving
- Mindfulness in Daily Life
- Mindfulness in High-Risk Situations
- Acceptance and Skillful Action
- Seeing Thoughts as Thoughts
- Self-Care and Lifestyle Balance
- Social Support and Continuing Practice
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