Our team of highly trained Licensed Therapists values your privacy and confidentiality and it is our JOB to create the safest, most therapeutic environment possible so that you or your child can learn and GROW!

Enrolling in a group can be uncertain or scary. Many people tell us that they are wary of groups because they are afraid that it won't be confidential (people in group will talk) or that their child will learn new unhealthy behaviors or will have to listen to other people's negative experiences. WE GET IT!

And we can tell you this - our experience is that people, especially children and teens, are used to being in groups. They value their time with peers and feel connected and learn better in that setting!

DBT Skills Group for Parents

Mondays 7:00 - 8:00PM

For parents of children (any age) with who struggle with emotion regulation, Depression, Anxiety, Self-Harm Behaviors, Eating Disorders, school anxiety or performance concerns, and family or peer relationship issues.

Participants learn concrete strategies to identify, understand and manage their reactions as well as their child’s emotional ups and downs. Parents learn skills to help regulate their own emotions when managing their child in distress. Parents also learn tools to understand what their child is asking for with their behavior and learn to validate their child in every situation so their child can feel heard and understood.

The focus of this group is concrete skill building to help families manage and improve their lives.  


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DBT Skills Group for Young Adults

Wednesdays 7:00 - 8:00PM

(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.             
       


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Mindsoother Mastery™ for High School Students: A Student Success Program for School, Home & Life

Mondays 7:00 - 8:00 PM

(for High-Schoolers).  This unique program combines Mindfulness strategies to improve focused attention, increase organization and follow-through. Clients learn concrete and usable Executive Functioning Skills to help participants learn to Prepare, Plan, Execute and Breathe!

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DBT Skills Group for Middle School Students

Mondays 7:00 - 8:00PM

For middle-school students (6th-8th grade) with emotion regulation issues, Depression, Anxiety, Self-Harm Behaviors, Eating Disorders, school pressure, and family or peer relationship concerns. 

Participants learn concrete strategies to identify, understand and manage their emotions, identify family dynamics that are causing stress or negative outcomes, plus learn skills to use effective communication and form and maintain healthy relationships, practiced in the group environment.  

Mindfulness exercises, games, art therapy and other age-appropriate activities to make group a FUN learning experience!


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DBT Skills Group for High School Students

Tuesdays or Thursdays 7:00 - 8:00PM

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.      


Social Skills Group for 4th and 5th Graders

Wednesdays 5:00 - 6:00 PM

For children who struggle with making and keeping friends, low self-esteem, following directions, being honest, or expressing his or her feelings. This group helps children be able to sustain friendships, have improved self-worth, be able to express difficult feelings, and be more responsible and empathetic. Kids will also learn to navigate social situations successfully.


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