Groups offer support, education, opportunities for growth and powerful connections with others. Psychotherapy groups are a rich source of healing and skill building for people of all ages.
Groups for Teens
Adolescent Group with DBT Skills
This group is for 13-17 year old clients who have a history of self-injury and/or suicidal ideation, and who have possible Borderline Personality Traits or Disorder. The groups consists of one hour of group interaction followed by one hour of DBT skills practice and psycho-education.
Dialectic Behavior Therapy (DBT) teaches:
Mindfulness: the practice of being fully aware and present in the moment
Distress Tolerance: the ability to tolerate discomfort
Interpersonal Effectiveness: positive communication skills, conflict resolution skills and perspective taking
Emotion Regulation: the ability to handle a variety of emotions in a effective manner
This group is active in the Northfield office.
Groups for Adults
A psychotherapy group designed to help Men with communication and peer support in dealing with mental health issues.
This group is currently offered at our Lakeville office.
New Mothers Group
A psychotherapy group for new mothers to help deal with parenting and coping with the stress of being a new mother.
This group is offered at our Lakeville office.
Groups for Children
Social Skills Groups
Social Skills groups help children develop skills necessary to make and maintain friendships. Trained mental health practitioners lead children in activities that facilitate skills such as learning to share, conflict resolution, the use words to express their feelings rather than lashing out or isolating when upset, perspective taking and other pro-social skills that help us all thrive in our relationships. Skills groups are on going and open to new members.