Current Groups

We believe that group is an amazing agent of change.  It can help with our relationships, grief, uncovering our past, or even building skills to work through difficult times.  If you want to learn more about the power of groups click here

Most groups are $50 per session (a limited number of sliding scale space is available) Medicaid is accepted for all groups.


 
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Relationship Group:
Growing through Connection

Group 1 Tuesdays 11:45-1:15pm Facilitated by Phillip Horner LCSW CGP- New Group Start Date TBD

Group 2 Wednesdays 4:00 pm - 5:30 Facilitated by Phillip Horner LCSW CGP- Accepting new members

Group 3 Thursdays 4:00 pm - 5:30 Facilitated by Phillip Horner LCSW CGP- Accepting new members

The main topic of this group is relationships with ourselves and others.  We will be in a here and now process, which is focusing on what is happening in the group through feelings, desires, and thoughts.  The purpose is to help engage with these elements to understand our vulnerabilities and intimacy with others.  By doing so we explore ourselves and see our past patterns and grow to establish future relationships in and outside of the group.  This group is open to all, but is focused on the ages of early mid 20s and ranging to people in their early 40 to 50s.

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Survivors of Suicide:
Support for those left Behind

Facilitated by Phillip Horner LCSW CGP

Currently accepting new members

Date/Time: TBD

Many of us have been effected by suicide. This group is designed to support those who have been impacted by the suicide of those in our life. Through supportive facilitation and group exchange, members of this group will explore their experiences, confront their fears and vulnerabilities, and find safety. This group is open to all people who have been impacted by suicide. It will be a closed group, which means there won’t be drop ins and members will be expected to come each week. The benefits of this will allow the cultivation of safety and stronger relationships.