GROUP THERAPY & CLASSES
Group therapy is effective in treating many mental health challenges, including anxiety and depression. One advantage of our groups and classes is that you not only learn skills from a trained professional, but you will also connect with and learn from other group members. Our groups and classes provide a structured approach to tackling some of the underlying issues that contribute to anxiety and depression. Each is comprised of teachings as well as exercises within and between classes to foster skills, increase resilience, and improve quality of life.
Please feel free to review our group therapy and class offerings. If you are ready to sign up or you would like to learn more, please contact us.
ONLINE OCD GROUP (8 WEEKS)
This weekly, 8-session group is for people struggling with obsessive-compuslive disorder (OCD). The key focus of the group is on exposure and response prevention (ERP), the first-line psychotherapy treatment for OCD. The group offers new information and tools each week, as well as opportunities to share experiences. You’ll be invited to engage in exercises in class and between classes. Get ready to work on OCD in a way that let's you take your life back and be deeply understood by psychologists and other group members.
How OCD keeps going
Exposure and response prevention
OCD thought patterns
ONLINE MINDFULNESS & SELF-COMPASSION GROUP
This mindfulness class is for beginner and intermediate meditators. Mindfulness has been defined as paying attention, on purpose, non judgmentally in the present moment. The skill of mindfulness and self-compassion have been associated with increases in connectedness, life satisfaction, concentration and well-being. In this class you’ll join a community of people interested in personal growth, and each week includes teaching and practices to help you develop your ability to be present in your life.
Working with challenges
Savoring the good
ONLINE SUPPORTING YOUR LOVED ONE WITH ANXIETY
This class is intended for adult family members of someone (child or adult) who struggles with an anxiety disorder or OCD. Often well-meaning family members have difficulties knowing how to support their loved one in their recovery. In this class or workshop you will get specific and compassionate guidance to learn how to help your loved one feel understood and make progress in overcoming their challenges Participants can expect to leave with a greater understanding of anxiety and OCD, and enhanced skills for effective and validating communication with their loved one.
Learning to better understand what it's like to have clinical anxiety or OCD
How to support loved one experiencing strong emotions such as shame or anger
How to communicate effectively with your loved one
Learning to support your loved one's treatment and recovery
How to effectively care for yourself while also supporting a loved one