At The Centers, we know everyone is on their own journey. But we also believe in the power of healing as a group. Because with the right support system in place, we can help each other thrive.
Open to parents of all ages, this group provides psychoeducation surrounding parenting skills. We’ll discuss topics like positive discipline & understanding, building empathy, making healthy choices, and effective communication.
Join us for a weekly mindfulness group. You’ll learn techniques that help to calm your mind, empower you to slow down, and enable you to be more focused and more connected to what makes life meaningful.
This group is designed for people with a history of trauma and/or addiction, and explores the common link between the two. With a focus on the present, this group does not require participants to delve into upsetting experiences. Rather, it focuses on coping skills to help participants become safer in relationships, thinking, and actions.
Open to adults with a history of trauma and/or addiction
Creative Coping uses art therapy interventions to help participants understand mental health symptoms and develop appropriate coping skills. Clients engage with art in a way that encourages mindfulness and exploration of personal strengths.
The DBT Skills Group is a six-month group for adolescents ages 12 – 18 who are experiencing intense emotions. We aim to decrease vulnerability and decrease the intensity and duration of emotions through skills training.
ACT is an approach that enhances our ability to cope with changes. Because regardless of our background or current circumstances, being able to respond to challenges can make a meaningful difference in our lives.
Cognitive processing therapy is a treatment for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and related problems. The overall goal is to improve your day-to-day living, and addressing PTSD symptoms and related feelings such as depression, anxiety, guilt, or shame.