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Group Therapy

Group therapy helps individuals develop communication skills and socialization skills, and allows clients to learn how to express their issues and accept criticism from others. Group therapy allows individuals to develop self-awareness by listening to others with similar issues.

Mindful Healing Works Wellness Center is now offering group therapy! Please refer to the list below to see what groups we offer and their descriptions below.

At Mindful Healing Works Wellness Center, we recognize the power of group therapy as a valuable and effective form of mental health treatment. Group therapy provides a supportive and therapeutic environment where individuals can connect with others who may be experiencing similar challenges, share insights, and learn from one another.

Here’s how we approach group therapy at our center:

Diverse Group Offerings: We offer a wide range of group therapy options to cater to various mental health concerns and treatment needs. These groups may focus on topics such as anxiety, depression, trauma, addiction recovery, mindfulness, self-esteem, relationship issues, and more. Our diverse group offerings ensure that clients can find a group that aligns with their specific needs and interests.

Therapeutic Support: Our group therapy sessions are facilitated by experienced therapists who create a safe and supportive environment for participants. They guide discussions, facilitate exercises and activities, and provide emotional support. The therapist’s role is to encourage open communication, foster connection among group members, and ensure that everyone feels heard and respected.

Mutual Support and Validation: Group therapy offers a unique opportunity for individuals to share their experiences and gain support from others who can relate to their struggles. Group members often provide empathy, understanding, and validation, which can be immensely healing and reassuring. The shared experiences create a sense of community, reducing feelings of isolation and promoting a sense of belonging.

Learning and Skill-Building: Group therapy sessions often include psychoeducational components where participants learn practical skills and strategies to manage their mental health challenges. These may include coping skills, communication techniques, stress management strategies, and tools for emotional regulation. The group setting allows for shared learning and collective growth.

Feedback and Perspective: Group therapy provides an opportunity for individuals to receive feedback and gain different perspectives from group members and the therapist. This can help individuals gain insight into their own thoughts, behaviors, and patterns and facilitate personal growth and self-awareness.

Confidentiality and Trust: We prioritize confidentiality within our group therapy sessions. Participants are encouraged to create a safe and trusting environment by respecting the privacy and confidentiality of others. Establishing trust within the group allows individuals to feel more comfortable sharing their experiences and emotions openly.

Continued Support and Integration: Group therapy can complement individual therapy or other forms of mental health treatment. It offers a space for individuals to practice and integrate the skills they learn in individual sessions into real-life situations. The support and insights gained from the group can enhance overall treatment outcomes and provide ongoing encouragement throughout the healing process.

Group therapy at Mindful Healing Works Wellness Center is an integral part of our comprehensive approach to mental health care. It provides a unique and enriching experience where individuals can find support, gain valuable insights, develop coping strategies, and build meaningful connections with others who are on a similar journey.

  • Healing Our Hearts and Lives: Adult Grief Support Group

    Please contact us at 443-530-6921, to learn more about the next meeting. Accepted insurances: Medicaid, BlueCross, and self-pay ($50)

    For those who have lost someone to substance abuse or another tragedy. We use these groups to creatively express our grief, opening speak of the pain that comes with losing someone that you love. In these groups, we will practice many alternative therapies such as art therapy and music therapy.

    This is a Bi-monthly group

  • LGBTQ Kids/Teens Support Group

    Please contact us at 443-530-6921, to learn more about the next meeting. Accepted insurances: Medicaid, BlueCross, and self-pay ($50) Ages: 13-20

    This open group provides a safe, inclusive, and nonjudgmental space for its members. The group is designed to explore topics, concerns, and give support to those in the LGBTQIA+ community.

    This is a Monthly group; the 4th Tuesday of every month