Group Therapy

Group Therapy

Group therapy differs from individual therapy by holding therapeutic sessions in a group setting run by a therapist instead of in a private one-on-one setting with a therapist. In these group sessions, patients share their thoughts and experiences with the whole group, allowing them to support one another while being supported by a group of people who understand what you’re going through.

Group therapy helps you find a sense of community with others who are going through similar things as you while giving you access to valuable therapy that can truly help you feel better.

Baby Yes We Can!

This group is designed for expecting and new mothers who may be experiencing perinatal depression or postpartum depression. We will discuss real issues, and concerns because the joy and excitement from the birth of a baby can trigger powerful emotions, and one you may not expect is depression. After childbirth, you can mood swings, crying spells, anxiety, and difficulty sleeping. The first two to three days after delivery, and may last for up to two weeks.

Anger Management Group

We meet once a week for 8-12 weeks depending on which section you are enrolled in. This group is designed for individuals who are court-ordered to take Anger Management Classes; Assessments are done individually, and privately before group meetings start. Clients will discuss in a group setting what is anger and how to manage anger.

New Direction

This group is designed for adults who would like to make a career change. Individuals will take an inventory interest test to help them determine what skills, jobs, and careers best suit them. The group will meet once a week for 12 weeks to identify goals for a career change. Job opportunities explored and resume writing.

Social Skills

ages 9-15

Social skills are a critical element to helping kids succeed socially, emotionally, personally, and even academically. This group is designed to teach these skills and help with preparing them to be good communicators so they can join in conversations, collaborate with peers, develop lasting friendships, self-advocate when they need help, and so much more.