therapy schedule

VIRTUAL THERAPY AVAILABLE
ALL OF OUR SERVICES ARE NOW PROVIDED ONLINE FOR INDIVIDUAL, RELATIONSHIP AND GROUP SESSIONS.
FOR INDIVIDUAL, FAMILY OR RELATIONSHIP SESSIONS – PLEASE CONTACT US TO SCHEDULE

Relationship Group Tele-Therapy

Relationship troubles can feel isolating, but you are not alone!  Group therapy can be a helpful way to relieve relationship stress by providing a safe, non- environment to discuss emotional difficulties experienced from relationship problems and by exploring new ways to cope with negative feelings. 

Location: Zoom Online Sessions
Schedule:
Thursdays 6pm – 7pm – Email Us About This Session

Online Group Meditation for Mental Health & Wellness

Stay calm during a pandemic with guided meditation, diaphragmatic breathing & relaxation techniques and yoga-informed interventions.
This online teletherapy group helps individuals connect with others affected by the current pandemic, improve mood and reduce anxiety during the coronavirus outbreak.

Location: Zoom Online Sessions
Schedule:
Thursdays 8pm – 9pm – Email Us About This Session

Stress-Less

Identify and Understand the effects of stress on overall wellness and quality of life and learn skills to reduce stress and anxiety.  Practical Applications that can be applied to everyday life and ways to adapt to our new normal.

Location: Zoom Online Sessions
Schedule:
Fridays 5:15pm – 6:15pm – Email Us About This Session

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) for Adolescents

Adolescents and their parent or guardian to learn how to manage mood swings, irritability, distressing feelings, impulsivity and communication.  Parent and adolescent will learn together in the group to improve the communication in their relationship and strengthen the use of DBT skills at home.

Location: Zoom Online Sessions
Schedule:
Mondays 5:45pm – 6:45pm – Email Us About This Session

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) for Adult, Young Adult, and Graduates

Learn mindfulness, emotion regulation, distress tolerance, radical acceptance, and interpersonal effectiveness skills. This group helps individuals manage moods, impulsivity, and self-destructive behaviors.  Graduate group is designed for those who have completed skills training in order to maintain their wellness. It meets twice monthly. 

Location: Zoom Online Sessions
Schedule DBT Adults:
Mondays 7pm – 8pm, Tuesdays 10am – Email Us About This Session
Graduate DBT Adults: 2nd & 4th Thursdays 5:30pm
Schedule DBT Young Adults: TBD – Email Us If Interested

Eating Disorder Group

Adults (18 years old and older) who have completed initial treatment for an eating disorder (inpatient or outpatient) come together to continue building on recovery skills and provide support to one another throughout the recovery process in a safe environment. Group members will have the opportunity to share their personal struggles and triumphs, while relating to the experiences of others in the group.  Topics discussed include: improving self-worth, maintaining a healthy internal locus of control, adjusting to body changes, developing personal identity, regulating emotions, and managing relationships.  This group is intended to be a part of a complete aftercare program. Services will be coordinated with all members of a participant’s treatment team such as an individual therapist, nutritionist, or psychiatrist.

Location: Zoom Online Sessions
Schedule:
Tuesdays 6pm – 7pm – Email Us About This Session

Relapse Prevention

Successful substance abuse recovery needs ongoing management.  Topics include: relapse prevention, recovery maintenance, goal setting, motivational enhancement, skills training, and self-care.  This group follows and abstinence-based model and utilizes evidenced-based techniques for change.

Location: Zoom Online Sessions
Schedule:
Tuesdays 8pm – 9pm – Email Us About This Session

Healing After Trauma

Have you survived a traumatic event? Have you ever felt like you past trauma still affects you today?  Have you wondered if you’ll ever be able to put the past behind?  In this group you will learn to comprehend just how your trauma has affected you and how to cope with trauma symptoms in a way where you can put your past behind you. The ultimate goal of the group is to help you create a safe and stable life in the here and now allowing you to safely remember the trauma rather than continuing to relive it. 

Location: Zoom Online Sessions
Schedule:
Mondays 2pm – 3pm, Wednesdays 8pm – 9pm – Email Us About This Session

Teen Anxiety Group

This bi-weekly group is designed to help older teens managing the stressors of adolescence. Using Cognitive-Behavioral therapy, participants will discuss these stressors and learn skills to manage them more effectively. 

Location: Zoom Online Sessions
Schedule:
Mondays 4pm – 5pm – Email Us About This Session

CURRENTLY SUSPENDED SESSIONS 

If you would like to find out more about the availability of the below sessions, please Email Us and we will let you know of any updates.

Children’s Social Skills
Divided by age and clinical needs, each group aims to enhance positive social interaction with peers, increase assertiveness skills, and teach conflict resolution skills.  Participants will learn how to improve these social skills through play therapy techniques and games. 

Embody Love
For women between the ages of 18-25 who are interested in changing their relationship with their body.  We will meet for 8 weeks and use evidenced-based techniques from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Mindfulness to improve your thoughts, feelings, beliefs, and behaviors that are associated with body image. You will be asked to explore your body image story and learn skills and techniques to help you stop criticizing your body and move towards body love and compassion. 

Families Empowered
Families can be the best treatment allies for a loved one who suffers with an eating disorder, and this group is dedicated to providing education to parents/guardians who have a child diagnosed with an eating disorder. Parents will be able to gain support from one another and receive up to date information about eating disorders that is consistent with current research. Parents will also learn valuable tools for increasing motivation and helping your child extinguish eating disorder behaviors.  Parents of adolescent and adult children are welcome. 

Love Is Love
Topics pertaining to the LGBTQ+ community are discussed, and members develop a foundation for coping with some of life’s most common stressors. Groups are divided by age, social emotional, and/or clinical needs among those of interest. Topics include:  family dynamics, relationships, coming out, questioning, social/emotional support, having fun, and much more.  Join a licensed therapist along with other identified LGBTQ+ individuals in a safe and affirming space. 

Women’s Empowerment Group
This group provides young women (14-22) with the opportunity to build a foundation to identify what it means to be empowered. This means to be yourself, accept yourself, value and express yourself, trust yourself and LOVE yourself.  Group is formatted to be therapeutic through discussions, activities, and psycho-education. The group is divided by age and life stage and meets weekly. 

Grief and Loss Recovery Group
Do you feel sad, distracted, angry or confused after experiencing a significant loss?  There are over 40 different experiences that often lead to feelings of grief and loss. Death of a loved one, loss of a job, divorce, retirement, even making the decision to change a significant pattern of behavior like an addiction or other compulsive behavior. The Grief Recovery Method has been helping people feel better following a loss for more than 30 years. The Grief Recovery Method spells out the actions that will help you change, dispel commons myths associated with grief and loss, and understand that unresolved grief is the major underlying issue in most people’s lives.  This group runs for 8 consecutive weeks.

Intuitive Eating Group
Do you feel stressed and guilty about the foods you eat? Are you tired of dieting and counting calories/macros/points?  Are you looking to have a peaceful relationship with food and your body? In this group you will learn: what intuitive eating is/isn’t, strategies to increase motivation for change, how to identify and listen to your hunger and fullness cues, how to eat foods you enjoy in a healthy way, and identify thoughts and behaviors that keep you stuck in the same cycle.

You Are Not Alone
Many individuals have grown up in an unhealthy or alcoholic household. As a result of this environment, children lack experience with healthy relationships and are at risk to develop unhealthy coping mechanisms. Often the symptoms go unrecognized and unnoticed. This group focuses on healing from the past and moving toward a healthy future. 

Break Up, Divorce, Separation (BUDS Group)
Learning to live without a significant other often comes with adjustments. Coping with a break-up, divorce or separation can lead to feelings of guilt, shame, stress, anxiety, and depression. Together we will examine issues of loss, financial concerns, parenting challenges, infidelity, anger, loneliness, and adjust to being single. This weekly group offers a network of support and a safe place to heal. 

Coping With Change
This weekly therapeutic group is for adults who are struggling with adjusting to family, career, economic, or social changes. These can include: graduating or starting school, a new job or career change, illness or disability, getting married or moving, blending families, empty nest, or retirement.

“SMART” Recovery
Self-Management And Recovery Training (SMART) is a global community of mutual-support groups. At these FREE meetings, participants help one another resolve problems with any addiction (to drugs or alcohol or to activities such as gambling or over-eating). Participants find and develop the power within themselves to change and lead fulfilling and balanced lives guided by our science-based and sensible 4-Point Program. Learn more online at: www.smartrecovery.org.

“SMART” Recovery Friends & Family
SMART Recovery F&F is a FREE evidenced-based program for people impacted by the addictive behavior of someone close to them. Our skills-based, solution-oriented approach offers helpful peer support to help you discover how you can encourage your loved one to choose recovery. Find us online: www.smartrecovery.org/family.