The journey to good mental health can take several paths, including group therapy. It provides a safe environment so that you can gain insight into your issues, practice new interpersonal skills and receive support from individuals with similar concerns. It can also be a powerful complement to individual therapy
Adults in this group examine their emotions, relationships, careers and other areas of potential change. Participants learn to problem solve, think critically, increase motivation and overcome challenging emotions.
It is open to individuals 25 years and older who are struggling with depression, anxiety, overuse of substances like alcohol or drugs, relationships, family issues, trauma, grief and other issues related to adulthood.
This group meets Mondays from 12 to 1:30 pm via Zoom.
"Me After Baby" Group
This group focuses on many aspects of motherhood, including the transition from pregnancy to the postpartum period and beyond. It aims to foster a sense of well being while also leaning into your strengths. This group serves as an additional space to explore your mental health while learning to navigate the profound identity shifts and demands that come with motherhood.
This group meets Thursdays from 10:30 to 11:30 am at our Bellaire location
. Infants under 1-year-old are welcome.
Parents' Support Group
This psychoeducation-based parent group focuses on helping parents understand their teenager’s behaviors and emotions, and to equip them with effective tools, techniques, skills, and knowledge to manage challenging situations.
Some of the key topics that may be covered include understanding typical adolescent developmental stages, communication skills, coping strategies for stress and anxiety, and promoting positive relationships with children.
This group is held virtually via Zoom on Tuesdays from 12 to 1 p.m.
Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga (TCTSY)
TCTSY is an evidence-based clinical intervention for complex trauma or chronic, treatment-resistant post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
The TCTSY methodology is based on central components of trauma theory, attachment theory, neuroscience, and yoga philosophy and practice. Although TCTSY uses physical forms and movements, the focus is on the participant's internal experience in the pose/form rather than what they look like. With this approach, the power resides within the individual, not the TCTSY facilitator.
TCTSY provides an avenue for each person to restore their connection between mind and body and personal agency that is often compromised as a result of surviving trauma.
This group is open to adult women and takes place on Thursdays from 4 to 5 p.m.
Join a Group
If you're interested in joining a group, or just learning more about how group therapy can be helpful, call us at 713-275-5400