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Group Therapy

Group therapy helps individuals develop skills, and allows clients to learn how to express their issues and accept feedback from others. 

All groups are covered by insurance including Medicare and Medicaid

Anxiety Support Group for Teens

1 in 3 teens has an Anxiety Disorder that significantly interferes with their life and is unlikely to fade without treatment.

 

Teens are more vulnerable to Anxiety because of the rapid changes to the brain that occur during adolescences that impact areas responsible for helping manage emotions. 

 

Most anxiety disorders have a median age-of-onset of 11 years  and are more common in girls than boys.

 

Transgendered and Gender Non-Conforming (TGNC) teens have significantly higher rates of of anxiety than their Cisgendered counterparts. 

Without treatment, anxious teens are at heightened risk for a host of long-term problems, including depression, substance abuse and suicide.

State: Michigan

Group Facilitator: 

Erin Chambers. LMSW

When:

Every Wednesday Starting August 19

Time:

TBD

Ages:

13 - 17

The Anxiety Support Group for teens integrates clinical and peer support to helps teens impacted by anxiety to identify the biological, psychological and sociological influences on anxiety while also learning and developing adaptive coping skills to manage anxiety and improve self esteem. 

We support our LGBTQ+ and TGNC youth and are a gender affirming  provider. 

 

State: Michigan

Group Facilitator: 

Erin Chambers, LMSW

When:

Every Tuesday Starting August 11th

Time:

7:00PM - 8:00PM

Ages:

18 and up

We support LGBTQ+ and TGNC people and are a gender affirming  provider. 

Emotion Management for Adults

Would you like to improve your ability to manage your feelings and learn strategies to cope with stress and anxiety?

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy group model provided by a Master’s level therapist

A few of the topics that are explored during group sessions include

  • Improving Self Regulation

  • Identifying Stress Response Triggers

  • Recognizing Physical Cues

  • Distress/Stress Tolerance Skills

  • Improving Self-Control and Emotional Regulation

 

Open to adults ages 18 and up

 

Seeking Safety 

Seeking Safetygroup or individual sessions, can help you learn to stay safe,

respect yourself,and replace substances with healthy coping skills

to escape the pain, and to never give up.

 

Post-traumatic stress and substance abuse can go hand-in-hand

 

About 1 in 3 people exposed to trauma develop PTSD.

 

There are approximately 20 million individuals in the US with a

substance use disorder

After past trauma intrusive memories and addictions can interfere with daily life

 

Those with post-traumatic stress disorder are 3 times more likely

to abuse substances.  

Open to adults ages 18 and up

State: Michigan

Group Facilitator: DanCooke, LMSW, CAADC

When:

Every Monday Starting August 24, 2020

Time:

6:00 PM

Ages:

18 and up

Seeking Safety is a present-focused therapy that helps clients attain safety from trauma (including PTSD) and substance abuse by emphasizing coping skills, grounding techniques, and education. 

This highly effective, research-based therapy has several key objectives including:

  • Helping clients attain safety in thinking, emotions, behaviors, and relationships

  • Providing clients integrated treatment of substance abuse and trauma conditions

  • Counteracting loss of ideals experienced from substance abuse and trauma

We support the LGBTQ+ and TGNC community and are a gender affirming  provider. 

 

Grief Support Group

Are you experiencing grief after a loss, such as the death of a loved one, divorce or separation? 

 

You don’t have to go through this alone

 

Our Grief Support Group is a safe place to share and gain support and strategies to help you cope

 

Join others who are working through these tough emotions in this supportive and encouraging group

 

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy group model provided by a Master’s level therapist

Open to adults ages 18 and up

State: Michigan

Group Facilitator: Erin Chambers, LMSW

When:

Every Monday Starting August 24, 2020

Time:

6:00 PM

Ages:

18 and up

Grief and loss can leave you feeling isolated and alone. Support groups help provide an emotional connection with others who understand what you are going through and to release powerful emotions you might otherwise keep bottled up. This exchange of stories and emotions is one of the most valuable elements of participating in a support or bereavement group. Support groups can improve a participant's mood and decrease psychological distress.

We support the LGBTQ+ and TGNC community and are a gender affirming  provider. 

 

phone 616.226.6138

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fax 616.259.4214