Group Therapy in New York

— Honor Your True Self - Adults [Virtual]: This is a skill-building support group to help you to free yourself from wounds related to your parents being immature, unavailable, or selfish during your childhood. The group is based on the book “Adult Children of Emotionally Immature Parents” by Dr. Lindsay Gibson. By separating yourself from your parents’ ways of being, you can honor your true nature, control how you react to them, minimize negative feelings, and create positive, new relationships. Who: Adults

— Feeling Calm and Connected - Teens [Virtual]: Teens are facing new and unusual challenges right now, including not having access to some familiar ways of coping and feeling better. This group helps you strengthen your inner resources while also connecting to other people your age who are in a similar situation. You will learn coping skills that can be used in your everyday life to feel good about yourself and more comfortable around others. Who: Teens

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Group Therapy in Colorado

— Honor Your True Self - Adults  [Virtual]: This is a skill-building support group to help you to free yourself from wounds related to your parents being immature, unavailable, or selfish during your childhood. The group is based on the book “Adult Children of Emotionally Immature Parents” by Dr. Lindsay Gibson. By separating yourself from your parents’ ways of being, you can honor your true nature, control how you react to them, minimize negative feelings, and create positive, new relationships. Who: Adults

— Live On Your Own Terms [Virtual]: Codependency can look like trying to fix, control, or rescue the people you love. These relationships can feel chaotic or intense, and often have two people being overly reliant on one another. This group will focus on understanding the beliefs we hold about ourselves that result in unhealthy relationships, as well as exploring the core behaviors associated with codependency and ways to move forward. In the group, we will use writing, art, reflection, and dialogue to explore and deepen our understanding on the topic of codependency. Who: Adults


— Conscious Discipline Parenting Group - Parents [Virtual]: Designed for parents who may be struggling with managing big feelings, this group helps parents increase their ability to self- and co-regulate their emotions so that they can be more present while helping their children do the same. Built on the foundations of social-emotional learning and trauma-informed care, this group will work to help equip parents with emotion regulation and conflict resolution skills so that they can better support their children through difficult behaviors. Who: Parents

— Building Healthy Relationships - Young Adults [In Person, Denver]: For young adults with an Autism Spectrum diagnosis or developmental disabilities, forming relationships can be difficult. In this group, you will develop a healthy relationship toolkit to help you build friendships and romantic relationships in your daily life. Topics include learning about different types of relationships, reading communication cues, noticing red flags, how to build self-confidence and personal awareness, among many others. Who: Young Adults

— Art Connection - Teens  [Virtual]: Integrating both the art making process, such as painting, drawing, collage, etc., and evidence-based therapeutic interventions, this can be the right fit for teens who prefer a more creative outlet for expressing their feelings. Here, teens will learn how to connect with others while also feeling more comfortable with themselves. Who: Teens

— Feeling Calm and Connected - Teens  [Virtual]: Teens are facing new and unusual challenges right now, including not having access to some familiar ways of coping and feeling better. This group helps you strengthen your inner resources with also connecting to other people your age who share similar experiences. You will learn coping skills that can be used in your everyday life to feel good about yourself and more comfortable around others. Who: Teens

— Building Healthy Relationships - Teens [In Person, Denver]: For teens with an Autism Spectrum diagnosis or developmental disabilities, forming relationships can be difficult. In this group, you will develop a healthy relationship toolkit to help you build friendships and romantic relationships in your daily life. Topics include learning about different types of relationships, reading communication cues, noticing red flags, how to build self-confidence and personal awareness, among many others. Who: Teens


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