Gender Inclusive Group
The purpose of this group is to not only provide support, but to also further explore psychological issues and stressors which may appear in your life and work through them with individuals who share a common experience. Although everyone’s gender journey is different, there are some commonalities that often bring people together. These similarities can promote a sense of acceptance, participation, and an atmosphere of reduced stigma. While this group does focus on issues directly related to gender, we also encourage and make space for issues related to: mood, relationships, occupation, problematic thought and behavior cycles, and everyday stress. This group is capped at 10 members with an active waitlist. Please inquire for further details.
Mondays 6:00-7:30pm/Tuesdays 6:00-7:30pm
ADHD Skills Group
Never before have we needed to work, socialize, participate in activities all from the same space—our home. The COVID-19 pandemic adds additional stressors to our lives requiring us all to adapt and manage our personal and professional lives remotely. For adults who struggle with attention and other executive functioning tasks, this can be particularly difficult. Struggling with attention is a hallmark symptom of ADHD which can impact your social and emotional functioning, cause distress in your personal life, and contribute to loneliness and isolation. If you have been diagnosed with ADHD or struggle with any of the wide array of symptoms, this six week workshop will provide you with evidence-based strategies to cope with the impact of ADHD on your academic, occupational, social, and emotional functioning. Our group is particularly beneficial for those already in therapy who may want to drill down and focus on this particular area. This will be a weekly skills-focused, telehealth group, and therefore will require minimal self-disclosure.
Group members will learn invaluable strategies to assist with the following:
Modifying your environment
Navigating ADHD symptoms in relationships
Managing stress and underlying mental health conditions that impact executive functioning
Achieving better work/life balance
Why Should I Consider Group?
“How can group help me reach my goals?” “Will those people be able to relate to me?” “I’m worried about being vulnerable with others I don’t know well.” I often hear these responses when I suggest that clients may benefit from group therapy. However, there are reasons I find it helpful: groups simulate the outside world much more closely than a one-on-one therapy relationship, and thus allows a unique environment for therapeutic exploration. To read more, check out this blog article.