Group therapy is a type of psychotherapy that involves one or more therapists working with several people at the same time,
each of whom shares common goals and challenges. Working in a group provides many advantages:
Group therapy allows people to receive the support and encouragement of their peers.
Feel less alone by seeing that there are other people going through the same thing.
Group members can serve as role models to other members of the group.
Learn that there is hope and that recovery is possible by seeing others successfully coping with a problem.
Group therapy offers a safe haven.
Practice behaviors and actions within the safety and security of the group.
The Women's Trauma Recovery Group follows the Trauma Recovery and Empowerment Model, or "TREM". This group provides education, skills training, psychodynamic interventions, and peer support to help women understand the effect of trauma and abuse in their lives and how to manage and work through its affects. This group meets weekly for 90 minutes and new members are being accepted.
DBT Skills Group
DBT, or Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, teaches people how to regulate emotions, improve relationships, manage crises, relieve stress, control impulsive behaviors, resolve conflict, and develop self-acceptance. This group meets weekly for 90 minutes and new members are being accepted.
The Men's Trauma Recovery Group follows the Trauma Recovery and Empowerment Model, or "TREM". This group helps men resolve pain and anguish of the past, and teaches how to accept, forgive, and let go. Members learn positive problem solving skills and how to overcome self-defeating behaviors. This group meets weekly for 90 minutes and new members are being accepted.