Dialectic Behavioral Health (DBT) Anxiety
Tuesday's at 11am
How does one recover from panic, fear, phobias, PTSD, and a propensity to worry so much that it impedes one's ability to enjoy life? The process involves developing a sense of where you are in the recovery process, recognizing that there's more you want from your life, and refusing to be deterred from pursuing recovery. Ansiety disorders are common, serious, yet eminently treatable. DBT Anxiety provides people a context for understanding their recovery from the disabling features of anxiety. Understanding the context is helpful in encouraging people to move forward in treatment.
Multi-Family Group Psychotherapy (MFGT)
Tuesday's at 5:30 pm
A multi-Family educational and support group for behavioral health, co-occurring, and addiction recovery. Multiple Family Group Therapy (MFGT) is a group of families,and the families identified patient, all at various stages in the recovery process . Through this group you will learn about mental illness, addiction, and how they co-exist. We will build motivational, communication, and healthy boundary skills that will continue to support change. MFGT is an educational support group for patients and their families. This group is appropriate for all persons and patients 18+ years old.
Cognetive Behavioral Health (CBT) Mindfulness
Thursday's at 4:30pm
Why CBT and Mindfulness? CBT is an evidence based approach used to aid individuals in being able to identify negative thoughts and emotions and how those thoughts and emotions influence our behaviors in any given situation. Mindfulness is the practice of being present in the current moment, each moment, on purpose. Not clinging to any thoughts or emotions, not trying to push the thoughts or emotions away, and not trying to avoid them. By combining CBT with mindfulness we are able to identify and be aware of our thoughts and emotions. However, instead of struggling to change or avoid those thoughts and emotions, we allow them to be; we neglect them. CBT mindfulness allows individuals to use the energy that they would normally use to focus on getting rid of unwanted thoughts and emotions and use it toward more effective, life fulfilling activities and thoughts. This approach is a proven method in helping individuals reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression, as well as providing increased distress tolerance skills and emotion regulation skills.
Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT)
Friday's at 1pm
Why is it so hard to be happy? Why is life so difficult? And What can we do about it? ACT has some profound and life-changing answers to these questions. ACT is about taking action. It teaches individuals skills that allow them to let go of the struggle and suffering produced by trying to control the uncontrollable. It gets you in touch with what really matters in your life; your heart's deepest desires for whom you want to be and what you want to do. You will learn core values to guide, motivate, and inspire behavioral change to ultimately help you create a rich and meaningful life, while accepting the pain that life inevitably brings.
Groups are for those 18 years of age or older
Most insurances accepted or ask about our self pay option.