Let's Talk, I'll Listen Counseling Services provides group therapy and workshops for adults, children, and teens addressing issues and concerns. Groups and workshops provide a unique opportunity for participants to build skills and knowledge; share and learn from peers, and receive supportive feedback in a comfortable environment. Connecting with people who have the same experiences helps people see that what they are going through is universal and reinforces that they are not alone.
We strive to meet the needs of the communities we serve through our strong relationships with other health professionals, school personnel, parents, community organizations; and by listening clients and their loved ones. We aim to be proactive in addressing the needs that are presented to us, so we are often forming groups and workshops specifically to meet requests.
Our team takes a great deal of care in assessing the needs of our clients and community members so that we can offer programming that best supports the ever-changing themes that arise. Our clinicians receive on-going professional development to further nurture their expertise in a variety of areas. If you are interested in a group or workshop that is not currently offered please don’t hesitate to give us a call or email us at email@example.com to inquire further. We would be happy to speak to you about your needs to determine the ways we might be able to support or refer you.
Teen Talk: Confidence and Coping Skills Group
Weekly group provides a supportive and non-judgemental environment where teens learn to boost confidence, strengthen self esteem, develop healthy relationships and manage daily stressors. Topics include conflict resolution, anxiety, dating, coping with emotional stress and more.
According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (2018), almost half of all adults in the United States experience a mental illness in their lifetime.
Our DBT Skills Therapy Group is led by trained and experienced therapists who will guide you through the process of learning and practicing DBT skills. The group meets once a week for 90 minutes and is a safe and supportive environment for you to share your experiences and receive feedback from your peers and the group leader.
Don't let your mental health struggles hold you back any longer. Join our DBT Skills Therapy Group and start on the path to a happier and healthier you!
Weekly group will take place over the course of 12 weeks. Group provides exercises to help participants target their “stuck points”—or the unhelpful thoughts they have as a result of their trauma. Together we will learn new wats to better manage our emotions as they relate to trauma. tru t trauma, thoughts.