Our group therapy program is unique in that we encourage our clients to continue working with their outside therapists when enrolled in our groups. We will collaborate weekly with your therapist to create a cohesive Treatment Team that focuses on comprehensive, high-quality care.
In group therapy, clients gain support and understanding from others with similar experiences. It also offers the opportunity to learn to express and tolerate difficult emotions in a safe and nurturing environment. Group therapy is particularly helpful for teens who feel isolated or alone.
This fall, we are pleased to offer the following group experiences.
Scroll down for group descriptions and more information. Then, please fill out this form, selecting the group that you are interested in joining this summer.
We look forward to connecting with you!
Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Working Girls (MBSR-T)
This group offers adolescent girls the opportunity to share their story and learn ways to improve their self-esteem in a supportive environment led by a Licensed Therapist. It is excellent for someone who would like to receive helpful tools and coping strategies to improve her confidence and well-being in a supportive group setting.
DBT Skills Group for Young Adults
(ages 18-29) For clients with Depression, Anxiety, Emotion Regulation and/or Relationship and Transition issues. This group is excellent for clients who are stuck in their individual and/or family therapy or just need additional skill-building or support. Clients will learn concrete strategies to better manage emotions, relationships, and self-care.
DBT Skills Group for Eating Disorder Recovery
(women ages 16-26). For clients who have been in therapy consistently for at least six months and who are looking for a safe and supportive environment to explore challenges and receive feedback from peers and from a Licensed Therapist. This group is excellent for clients who are looking to connect to other young women with histories of eating disorders and who are committed to recovery.
DBT Skills Group for High School Students
For girls and boys with Depression, Anxiety, Self-Harm Behaviors, Eating Disorders, School Pressure, and Family or Peer Relationship Issues. Participants learn concrete strategies to identify, understand and manage their emotions, plus learn skills to form and maintain healthy peer relationships, practiced in the group environment. The focus of this group is concrete skill building to help teens manage and improve their lives.