This group is our most popular and is geared toward those individuals that would like to have a better understanding of how to respond instead of react to the narcissist that seemingly controls their lives. The individual in question can be a significant other, co-worker, parent, sibling, or supervisor as the same interventions work no matter what relationship it is aimed toward. We will be working on ways to identify and reduce emotional triggers, effective communication, detachment and setting attainable goals and boundaries.
New group begins December 10th at 7pm. Call to reserve your seat today.
A meditation group for high schoolers. Each week we will introduce a new meditation technique which is evidence based to improve concentration, reduce anxiety, increase ability to regulate emotions and cope with developmental stressors. Space is limited. Group meets weekly for 6 weeks and is facilitated by a board certified mental health counselor/Kripalu yoga and meditation instructor.
A closed group for adolescent girls focused on empowering young women ages 12-15 led by a board certified counselor. Cap of 6. Closed group. Runs for six weeks starting October 1. Thursdays 6-7 p.m.
A group for new mothers with children birth to 18 months facilitated by a board certified counselor. Meets Tuesdays from 8-9 p.m.
A therapeutic Group guiding the individual using different forms of music to help find peace and serenity with each passing moment.
Drumming, guided mediation to music along with a safe therapeutic group will allow one to learn new coping skills, new ways to relate to the world around them, and experience a greater connection to the world.
Music can allow your body to transition into a state of relaxation, can enhance the production of memories, evoke calming bodily responses. Music therapy can help improve brain function, memory, help with dementia and Alzheimer’s along with many other medical conditions.
Think of how you feel when you hear a song that you love. How does it affect your body?
Friedrich Nietzsche a philosopher stated, “We listen to music with our muscles.”.
A song has the power to send shivers throughout your whole body, elevate your mood and ground the soul.
This group is for men only and is geared toward learning to navigate a difficult relationship.
This group is for individuals who are looking to find their inner peace. Learn to tune out the day to day and just be. Meditation is a powerful tool for achieving optimal health and well-being and is now recommended by both Eastern and Western medical practitioners.
A Place for PARENTS of children/ adolescents/young adults with type ONE diabetes to come together to learn about resources, daily living skills, sleepovers, school field trips, sleepless nights, along with all of the other endless challenge’s diabetes can create!
Help your child to be as successful as possible in life and learn as a parent you are not alone!
Topics include: Identify and find support, Learn Healthy Coping Skills, Understand key resources and laws to help you
advocate for your child
-Learn to emotionally handle the ups and downs, curve balls and life AFTER diagnosis
-Understand how DIABETES can affect the entire FAMILY system and HEALTHY steps that you can take as a parent
In addition, learn how to handle birthday parties, hurtful questions that people ask, treatment adherence, fears, sleep, cold and flu season, field trips, sending your child off to college, how to handle risk taking, limit testing and much more!
A therapeutically fun group for adults aged 26 to 35 living on the Autism Spectrum. Topics will include real life situations such as social skills, finding ways to navigate a neuro-typical world when you are neuro-atypical, what it means to live on your own, dating, as well as relationships, and family issues.
This group offers the same topics as the 26 to 33 group but is geared toward the specific navigational difficulties of individuals aged 18 to 25
We are not meant to outlive our children. When the unthinkable happens the pain becomes unbearable and we may run out of places to turn for help.
This therapeutic group explores this traumatic situation and provides coping mechanisms and insight into how to integrate and resolve the grieving without disrespecting the memory or disrespecting your health.
This therapeutic support group is for individuals who are coping with the loss of a loved one and are finding it difficult to move forward.
This therapeutic support group is for individuals ages 16 to 25 attempting to navigate the difficulties of coming out, dating, family, and relationships in the LGBQ? world.
This therapeutic support group is for individual's ages 16 to 25 who are working through gender identification changes. Topics include coming out, family, dating, and relationships.
This therapeutic support group is for individuals ages 26 and over attempting to navigate the difficulties of coming out, dating, family and relationships in the LGBQ? world.
This therapeutic support group is for individual's ages 26 plus who are working through gender identification changes. Topics include coming out, family, dating and relationships..
This therapeutic group is for parents of individuals who are within the LGBQ? community looking to navigate the difficulties of coming out, family relationships and acceptance from others.
This therapeutic support group is for parents of individuals who are processing gender identification changes. Topics include the difficulties of coming out, family relationships, what it all means and acceptance from others.
Space is limited so for more information or to sign up call us at (203)263-3175 or email us through the contact form on our home page.
We accept insurance for groups and have a sliding scale for those who are self pay.
We look forward to hearing from you soon.