""This Spiritual Abuse group will follow a 12-week structured outline including: identity issues, self compassion, trauma bonding, triggers, complicated grief, psycho-education regarding complex post-traumatic stress, and critical thinking skills.
""Do you head towards Chicago only to find yourself in Florida, instead?
Facilitated by grief support professionals and specialists, this support group will assist individuals ...""This is a professional group for social workers who need hours of supervision towards their state licensure.
I have a Masters degree in Counseling from Regis University and graduated from the Southwest School for Botanical Medicine.I am currently Adjunct Faculty in the Graduate Counseling program at Regis University.I use a variety of approaches to meet the client's needs and draw from Humanistic, Cognitive, and Jungian theoretical orientations in my practice to support my clients.I am passionate about working with women to help them recognize their strengths, build self esteem, define boundaries and find a voice.A community quickly forms among the participants, which adds another level of ...""This is the "tried and true" divorce support group pioneered by Dr. In this ten-week support and education group we address a new topic each week.
A community quickly forms among the participants, which adds another level of ...""This is a group for therapists, psychologists, psychiatrists and health practitioners to have a group where they can work on developing their intuition, spirituality and their business.
The group ...""This group will use empirically-supported cognitive behavioral therapy techniques to help improve ADHD symptom management.
Some of the topics addressed in this group will include: Time Management , Avoiding Procrastination, Prioritizing, Project Planning, Organization, and Overcoming Emotional Obstacles.
Psychology Today directory is not intended as a tool for verifying the credentials, qualifications, or abilities of any therapists it lists.
Inclusion in Psychology Today does not imply recommendation or endorsement nor does omission from Psychology Today imply Psychology Today disapproval.
The group ...""This group (ages 6-13) lasts an hour and a half during which time dinner is served.