If you are interested in any of the groups listed below, please email [email protected] to inquire after current availability. Closed groups require participation in every session for a certain number of weeks, open groups are available for clients to come as desired.
Women's Connections Group (closed group) - Wednesdays at 10:00 am
This group will help you to recognize shame as a universal human experience facilitated by Brooke Jensen, LCSW. You will learn how to embrace authentic living as a foundation for shame resilience. This group will be a combination of learning skills and processing different experiences with shame in our lives to move through the shame that still lingers.
You will learn how to:
- Define shame
- Explore triggers and vulnerabilities
- Practice empathy for yourself and others
- Practice critical awareness
- Reach out to others
- Create, embrace & inspire change.
Seeking Safety (open group)-Tuesdays at 5:00 pm
Provides coping skills for individuals 18+ with trauma and/or substance abuse in a group setting facilitated by Annette Bateman, ACMHC.
- Asking for help
- Setting Boundaries
- Healing from Anger
Kinetic Kids (closed group)-Fridays at 4:00 pm
Anxiety and depression group for kids 8-12 years old facilitated by Andrew Dupuis, AMFT. Skills that are taught and discussed are listed below:
- Social Skills
- Emotional Regulation
- Coping Skills & Development
- Safety Plan & Behaviors
- Grounding Techniques
- Flight vs Fight
- Recognizing Mood Symptoms
Men's Domestic Violence Group (open group)-Thursday's at 5:00 pm virtual
Strives to education men to consider options for ceasing abusive behavior and embracing belief systems respectful of their cohabitants facilitated by William Kastner, LCSW.
Men's Processing Group (open group)-Starting on January 17th, 2024Wednesday's at 6:00 pm
The Men’s Processing Group is designed to help men develop the ability to express their thoughts and feelings within the supportive environment of the group. Members will discuss issues uniquely related to the challenges of being a modern man, by honestly addressing intense emotions, and learning skills to improve interpersonal relationships. Group members will work to develop compassion towards themselves and other members, as they strive to accept themselves, while identifying and implementing meaningful change.
Each week group will begin with a short explanation of the weeks theme concerning issues specifically affecting men. Group members will then be provided with time to check in and process thoughts and feelings in further discussion. Toward the end of group, time will be set aside for the moderators to share a skill related to that week's theme. Group members will be provided with handouts and other material to review during the week and practice when applicable. Skills taught will include resources garnered from Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), The Gottman Method, Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (EFCT) and other relevant modalities.