Group Therapy & Workshops
Find a Community of Support and Strength
Group therapy can be one of the most rewarding and effective ways of dealing with various psychological struggles. While it may seem intimidating to open up to strangers, the ability to relate with others going through very similar circumstances is uplifting and insightful. Group therapy is also an affordable solution compared to other services.
We facilitate both groups and workshops that meet at regularly scheduled times each week. Groups are open-enrollment and are ongoing throughout the year; whereas, workshops are closed once filled and have a set number of sessions with specific goals and objectives before completion. Workshops often repeat several times throughout the year, so please check back frequently to see new groups and workshops our clinic offers, or sign up for email notifications.
Intensive Outpatient Group Therapy – IOP
The disease of addiction can be overwhelming, often taking control of your goals and relationships. Group therapy can help people with varying degrees of addiction (including mild to moderate) and has been clinically shown to be the most effective type of therapy. Our goal is to help you reduce drug and alcohol abuse, improve your day-to-day experience, minimize complications, and ultimately take back control by achieving lasting abstinence.
Many people who struggle with addiction also struggle with a psychological disorder. Our therapists and partners at Red Willow enable you to confront the triggers of your compulsion, start to understand your addiction, and overcome it with intention. You are also invited to share obstacles and victories with the group and in turn receive support from people who really get what it’s like to combat addiction.
When: Weekly on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday
Time: 6:00 to 9:00 p.m..
Cost: Please call 385-202-5315 for additional information
Embodied Strength: managing chronic illness, pain, and medical trauma
Embodied Strength is an integrated support and counseling group for adults managing chronic illness, chronic pain, medical trauma, and any issues that limit a person’s physical capabilities. The group lasts for 12 weeks and reopens to new members at the end of each cycle. As a member, you’ll practice mindfulness techniques, expressive and creative arts, and stress-coping mechanisms to fully explore your experience and gain tools to press forward with resilience.
When: Weekly on Monday
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Cost: $10.00 Per Session
The Umbrella Collective: A weekly support group for trans and non-binary adults
The Umbrella Collective is a space for individuals ages 18+ who identify anywhere under the transgender umbrella to find community and build individual and collective resilience. Group members needs and input direct weekly sessions which have included the sharing of individual stories, and discussions on internalized transphobia, how to cope with discrimination, and gains and losses through coming out to name a few. A brief virtual pre-screening is required please contact Vee Floros, ACMHC at firstname.lastname@example.org
When: Tuesdays – runs for 8 weeks
Time: 7 – 8:30 pm
Cost: $200 total with partial scholarship available for financial need
Making Space For Men: A Support Group For Male-Identified Individuals
How can we build each other up, without resorting to anger, substances, or sex? How are we socialized to navigate stressors and challenging emotions? What are the barriers to connection, intimacy, and insight?
AMAB, queer, cis & male-identified adults age 18+ are welcome.
A brief pre-screening is required please contact Steven Bristow, email@example.com
When: Tuesdays – runs for 10 weeks
Time: 6 – 8:00 pm
Cost: $400 for the full 10 – weeks | partial scholarship available for financial need
Online Group Support
Smoking Cessation Online Support Group: Quitza
Quitza is a global gathering of people who are quitting smoking and adopting a healthier lifestyle while supporting each other online.