Group Services

 

 

Group Therapy

Relationship Support Group for Women

Participants are provided with helpful skills in communication, boundaries, assertion and healthy self-imaging. The understanding of a healthy, loving relationship begins with identifying common challenges encountered in a relationship.

Change starts with the self and expands outward shifting us out of stagnation, helplessness/frustration. The relationship you are most response-able for is the one nurtured with the self. Make healthy changes.

Issues: Divorce, Relationship Issues, Self Esteem
Treatment Orientation: Family Systems, Attachment, Bonding, Social Learning Theory
Age: Adults


Men’s Support Groups

The men’s support group addresses topics such as relationship issues, trauma, family origin issues, parenthood, anger management, sexuality, sex addiction, domestic abuse and drugs and alcohol.

  • Anger Management
  • Domestic Violence
  • Intimate Connection: A Program for Partners of Sex Addiction
  • Men’s Psychotherapy
  • Nurturing Dads Support Group
  • Sex Addiction Treatment
  • Substance Abuse Support

 


 

Anxiety Disorder Support group using CBT approach

We all feel nervous or worried at times. This anxiety can be a helpful feeling when it motivates us or warns us of danger. An anxiety disorder, on the other hand, causes unexpected or unhelpful anxiety that seriously impacts our lives, including how we think, feel, and act.

Anxiety disorders can affect anyone at any age, and they are the most common mental health problem. Sometimes, anxiety disorders are triggered by a specific event or stressful life experience. Anxiety disorders may be more likely to occur when we have certain ways of looking at things (like believing that everything must be perfect) or learn unhelpful coping strategies from others. But sometimes there just doesn’t seem to be a reason.

Many people who experience an anxiety disorder think that they should just be able to ‘get over it’ on their own. Others may need time to recognize how deeply anxiety affects their life. However, anxiety disorders are real illnesses that affect a person’s well-being. It’s important to talk to a doctor about mental health concerns. Some physical health conditions cause symptoms of anxiety. A doctor will look at all possible causes of anxiety.

Normal, expected anxiety is part of being human. Treatment should look at reducing unhelpful coping strategies and building healthy behaviours that help you better manage anxiety.

Issues: Anxiety, Coping, Strategies, Trauma
Treatment Orientation: Self –confidence, Automatic Thoughts, Experiences, Culture
Age: Adults