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Mindfulness Groups

Mindfulness groups are designed to help individuals live their lives to the fullest, and to do so by actually living in THIS moment.

Mindfulness training group explores the works of Jon Kabat-Zinn, Daniel Goldman, Marsha Linehan, Tara Brach, Thich Nhat Hanh, Adyashanti, Donald Altman, and Michael Singer, among others.

What is Mindfulness?

Mindfulness is awareness cultivated by paying attention in a sustained and particular way: on purpose, in the present moment, and non-judgmentally (not labeling things as good or bad) and without trying to control an outcome.

It can be practiced formally (engaging and making some time every day) or informally (letting the practice spill over into every aspect of your day-to-day life in a natural way).

Mindfulness enhances flexibility and adaptability. If an individual has felt stuck and frustrated by old habits, mindfulness skills promote methods for retraining the brain to get off auto-pilot. It decreases our reactivity and teaches us how to put on the breaks and slow down before acting on an impulse.

Mindfulness cultivates curiosity and and openness. It helps one explore the journey and the process, as opposed to being overly focused and worried about an outcome.

Mindfulness changes one’s relationship to self-critical and self-blaming thoughts, thus promoting greater patience, kindness, acceptance, and compassion towards oneself and others. 

Mindfulness encourages greater fulfillment in daily life by increasing our focus on the present. We tend to spend most of our time in thoughts of the past or the future. This way of being creates feelings of anxiety and depression, and limits our experience of our life.

Our Additional Counseling & Therapy Groups

DBT Skills
Group Therapy

DBT Skills Groups are group therapy sessions that teach individuals skills from dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), an evidence-based treatment for a variety of mental health conditions. These groups provide a supportive, collaborative and educational environment to help participants gain insight into their own emotions and behaviors.


Advanced DBT
Group Therapy
In a Advanced DBT skills group, clients will learn and practice DBT tools to improve their ability to solve problems, cope with crises, manage interpersonal conflicts, and set and achieve goals in various areas of their lives. Together, clients will learn the theory and skills of DBT in an experiential way that helps to integrate these principles into their everyday.

Group Therapy

Process groups are an effective form of therapy that can help individuals make positive changes in their lives. They provide a safe and supportive space for members to share their thoughts, feelings, and experiences. During a process group, members explore their relationships to themselves, others, and the world around them.
Addiction Recovery
Group Therapy
Our DBT-Informed Recovery Group is an Evidence-Based treatment that effectively treats Substance Abuse/other Process Addictions while simultaneously addressing other complex problems related to emotion dysregulation.
Eating Disorder Recovery
Group Therapy
Eating disorder recovery groups are groups that provide support and guidance to individuals who are struggling with an eating disorder or who are in recovery from an eating disorder.

Emotion Fitness Program
Group Therapy

Emotion fitness program groups are groups that focus on teaching individuals techniques and strategies for managing and regulating their emotions. These groups are led by trained counselors.

Group Therapy

Peer groups are groups of people who come together to support each other and share experiences and challenges. They can be helpful in providing a sense of belonging and connection, as well as a source of advice and guidance. Peer groups can provide a safe, nonjudgmental environment where people can openly express their feelings and thoughts. 

The Professional Series
Group Therapy

Professional Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) groups are a type of therapy group that is led by a trained and experienced DBT therapist. They are designed to help individuals learn and practice the skills taught in DBT. In a professional DBT group, members are expected to share their experiences and provide support for each other.
Parent-Child Interaction
Group Therapy
Parent-Child Interaction Group Therapy (PCIT) is a type of therapy that focuses on improving the relationship between parents and their children. PCIT focuses on teaching parents positive discipline strategies, improving communication between parent and child, and helping each parent understand the child’s behavior.

New groups are forming, so please reach out to us if you’re
interested in joining a group with a specific focus not listed above.


We Can Help.

If you or a loved one can benefit from Mindfulness Groups, we are here to help.