In addition to individual therapy, many people can benefit from meeting with others in a group setting. Groups can act as an important network where members help each other with support, friendship and accountability. Group therapy sessions are led by one of our therapists who guide group members with strategies for managing issues and problems. The group therapy environment provides a safe and confidential space to work through common issues and to encourage each other who face similar difficulties. We take great care in connecting our clients to the right group. This means that all of our groups are considered closed groups. Yet, we are always forming new groups to support the your personal growth.
Types of Groups
RDI® Mother’s Group
RDI® Mother’s Group: This is a closed group that meets regularly as part of a comprehensive RDI® program.
RDI® Father’s Group
RDI® Father’s Group: This is a closed group that meets regularly as part of a comprehensive RDI® program.
RDI® Community Group
RDI® Community Group: This is an open group for any parent or caregiver who is actively engaged in an RDI® program. This group meets regularly with our parent mentor. Call for details.
Experiential Friendship: These groups of two, three, and four children meet regularly with their RDI® consultant as part of their RDI® program. Each group is specifically designed to create meaningful friendships within therapy.
New Clinicians Group
New Clinicians Group: This is a process group for new clinicians in their traineeships, internships or newly licensed. Some issues of being a clinician are better addressed in the privacy of group therapy rather than at a clinical practicum.
Parenting Book Club
Parenting Book Club: This is a monthly clinical book club that is newly forming. This book club is special in that it will have a clinical and process focus to better our parenting approach. Therapist and participants will select books together. During group, therapist will guide a personalized discussion of the reading.