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Group Counseling

Support Group

Welcome to our Group Counseling program, designed to help you learn, grow, and overcome stress and anxiety in a supportive and understanding environment. Our experienced therapists have created a safe space where you can share your experiences, learn from others, and develop coping strategies for managing stress and anxiety in everyday life.

Throughout the week, we'll explore various topics, such as understanding anxiety, stress, and triggers; learning effective coping strategies; conflict management; practicing meditation and mindfulness; and sharing valuable resources. Our engaging activities and discussions will not only increase your self-awareness and understanding of your own emotions but also empower you to create positive change. As you participate in our group sessions, you'll have the opportunity to connect with others who face similar challenges, fostering a sense of community and belonging. Join us on this transformative journey and take a step toward a healthier, happier you.

Parents of children with mental or developmental difficulties
This group parents, grandparents, older siblings, and anyone who is affected by the routine care of children with mental or developmental difficulties are encouraged to attend. The group aids parents of children on the autism spectrum, ADHD, depression, seizure disorders and more.  The goal of these groups is to promote self-care, support, and connection to resources.  Please call our office to inquire about the next open session.

Batterers Intervention Groups
The goal of this group is to teach abusive partners empathy, identify and address negative thoughts, and to identify insecurities that often perpetuates violence, to prevent further abuse. The group also aims to teach healthy relationship techniques and for the participant to identify the forms of abuse they have used and take responsibility for the abuse. Please contact us about availability.

Co-Parenting Group

This group addresses skills that are positively correlated with active parental roles, which might be under current distress due to conflict, separation, or divorce.  The goal is to create a viable plan that allows both parents to play an active role in the lives of their children.  Please contact as about availability.

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