Therapy Groups

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<STARTING JANUARY 2023>

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WOMEN’S GROUP

Therapist: Jen Ferrari, LPC

Wednesday’s at 9:00am

***This virtual group will be held weekly at 9:00 am on Wednesday. Topics will include stress management, coping skills, psychoeducation, self esteem building, and assertive communication.  Topics are specific to women. This group will allow women the space to speak openly and honestly about things like divorce, relationships, parenting, body image, empty nesting and so on. This group will provide support and encouragement while allowing for personal growth. The group can open your eyes to new experiences, offer insight into your own life and help you achieve your goals.***

THE COLLEGE EXPERIENCES: FINDING & CREATING YOUR PLACE

Therapist: Miriam Egan, LPC

Thursday’s at 2:00pm

***This virtual or in-person (depending on group preference) psycho-educational/processing group will address the following: acknowledgement/validation of current life experiences, how to seek support, how to find your group, creating an academic and social life balance, college friends vs hometown friends, relationships of all kinds, self-care, empowerment, being emotionally prepared, college life adjustment, getting the most out of the college experience, stress management. Consideration will be made throughout the year to determine the frequency of group based upon client need and participation.***

COMMUNICATE MORE EFFECTIVELY

Therapist: Kelly Schoenberger, LAC

Thursday’s at 7:00pm

***The goal of this 4-week group for adults is to help you communicate more effectively in all of your relationships. Topics to be covered include, Roadblocks to Communication, Active Listening, Communicating With Your Children, and Expressing Your Anger Constructively.”

ANXIETY PROCESS & PSYCHOEDUCATION GROUP

Therapist: Adelyn Schuenzel, LPC

Wednesday’s at 6:00pm

 ***In this in-person group, you will have a space to share your experiences related to anxiety and learn about the biology behind anxiety. This group will incorporate aspects of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) to educate you on various coping skills.  The goal of this group is to help individuals become more aware of their anxious thought patterns and behaviors, while also being able to connect with others struggling with anxiety. This group will begin in January 2023 and will be six sessions.*** 

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