Psychodynamic Group

A psychodynamic group is a group made up of people with similar types of diagnoses, such as: depression, dependent personality disorder, general anxiety disorder etc. The purpose for joining this type of group is to learn how to cope with relationships, while simultaneously experiencing the dysfunctional ways in which one has functioned until the present time. The purpose of learning about one’s own dysfunctional patterns is to become self-aware and begin behaving in ways that are healthier and satisfying so that one can begin to enjoy greater success in the world and sustain healthier interpersonal relationships.

Trauma/PTSD Group

Education on the causes and symptoms of trauma along with the introduction of coping tools are discussed. When trauma responses are identified, clients learn healthy ways to deal with unwanted thoughts or sensations through adaptive coping tools. Benefits of this group include validation, learning from others, social support and moving past the trauma and pain.

Anger Reduction Therapy Group

Anger management is the process of learning to recognize signs when anger begins to build and seeking actionable tools to calm down and deal with the situation in a positive way. Anger management does not try to repress angry feelings; rather clients learn healthy ways to express anger appropriately.

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