Mental Health Counseling Groups
This group is intended for adults 18 years and up who are struggling with anxiety and are in need of social support. The group is educational at times, but it is primarily process oriented. Member are expected to discuss their personal struggles with anxiety and actively engage with one another in order to benefit.
This group will assist people who have experienced a concussion but have not been able to find the way back to their pre-concussed self. Often people experience changes after a concussion that included headaches, sight changes, balance difficulty, irritability, depression, increased anxiety, increased OCD and inability to function at the level of pre-concussion.
This is a process group as opposed to a support group. The difference is that emotions will be processed and worked through. We have the tendency to get stuck while experiencing grief which causes us to have longer periods of deeply sad feelings. This group is designed to help people find where they are stuck and actively work through that area so grief processing can continue through its natural phases.
This group for adolescents experiencing anxiety runs in sections. The objectives for this group are to better understand anxiety and its triggers, how it impacts one’s life and how to cope with better tools. In section 1 the members will discuss their anxiety features and begin to learn effective coping skills through group activities.
EmpowHer, a “sisters’ circle” is a place to share and listen to stories to empower women who have been, or continue to be, in either emotionally or physically abusive relationships. In this group, women will gain awareness and insight to their role in the cycle they have played and learn to own their feelings and express themselves clearly so they don’t regress into the model of another abusive relationship.