Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Group Therapy
Research data indicates group therapy can be a helpful addition to individual therapy. Group therapy can help participants to bond over shared experiences, provide a sense of social support and solidarity, and assist participants to work collectively to challenge factors which may be impeding therapeutic progress.
More about the CBT treatment group
Who: 6-12 clients per group, ages 18-65+
Clients struggling with:
● Anxiety disorders
● Substance use problems
● Marital/Relational problems
● Eating disorders
● Severe mental illness
● Learning to recognize one’s distortions in thinking that are creating problems, and then to reevaluate them in light of reality.
● Gaining a better understanding of the behavior and motivation of others.
● Using problem-solving skills to cope with difficult situations.
● Learning to develop a greater sense of confidence in one’s own abilities.
● Facing one’s fears instead of avoiding them.
● Using role playing to prepare for potentially problematic interactions with others.
● Learning to calm one’s mind and relax one’s body.
When: 1 hour, once per week, based on amount of referrals