Our therapy dogs provide extra comfort and attention to clients throughout the day. They actively participate in the experiential group to reinforce skills learned in treatment.
Helps resolve ambivalence regarding taking action or changing unhelpful behaviors. Based on the person-centered, Motivation Interviewing style of counseling.
DBT skills focused on improving relationships at home, work and/or school.
Gain self-knowledge, therefore the power, to change problematic thinking and behavior using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Positive Psychology principles to improve one’s mood.
Understand the importance of self-compassion in healing and learn practical application in our daily lives using the research and teachings of Drs. Kristin Neff, Brené Brown and Steven Hayes to.
Helps individuals experience unpleasant feelings without avoidance while taking action that moves towards what matters for the individual based on their values and priorities in life. Grounded in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).
DBT skills for improving the awareness of the here and now increasing one’s power to change.
Our community group kicks off the day by welcoming new group members, peer-to-peer support, sharing goal commitment and mindfulness.
Understand and replace unwanted behaviors with more effective coping skills to thrive despite the impact of trauma.
Uses yoga postures, breathing exercises, meditation, and guided imagery to encourage the integration of mind, body, and spirit.
The skills learned in this group empower clients with the ability to immediately desensitize acute stress. Based on Acute Traumatic Incident Processing (A-TIP) and Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT).
Creative writing, exploring feelings, thoughts and behaviors through the use of poetry and song lyrics.
Reflecting on the week’s goals and gains and planning for a successful weekend.