WHO We Treat
Group therapy is designed to help people reach their highest goals and combat a wide variety of challenges they may be facing.
Group work is an evidence-based intervention that has been proven to be as effective as individual therapy, if not more so. Our priority in group therapy is to empower our clients and help them create positive changes that last. CCG provides a range of groups to meet different needs, including: DBT skills groups, process groups, Emotion Fitness Program groups, CBT groups, Mindfulness groups, Eating Disorder Recovery Groups and The Professional Series.
Benefits of Group Therapy
Our Group Therapy Sessions
The counseling center offers group therapy sessions for individuals who want to explore personal issues in a safe and confidential setting. The group therapy format can be especially helpful for those who feel isolated or alone in their struggles. The group provides an opportunity to share experiences and perspectives with others who are going through similar things. The counselors leading the group provide support and guidance, but the focus is on the clients themselves. The group therapy sessions are a chance for individuals to learn about themselves and build meaningful connections with others.
How Group Therapy Works:
The counseling center has a variety of weekly group therapy sessions for our clients. The groups are run by counselors who are specially trained in facilitating group dynamics. The groups offer our clients a confidential and safe space to share their experiences and connect with others who may be going through similar situations. The groups provide an opportunity for individuals to learn from one another and gain new perspectives. The counseling center group therapy sessions are a valuable resource for seeking support and connection.
DBT Skills Groups
Eating Disorder Recovery
Emotion Fitness Program Groups
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.