Coping Skills Groups – Coping skills groups for Teens and Middle School Aged children have been designed to help students learn various coping skills to resolve issues relating to school stressors, social anxiety, panic disorder, and depression.
Adoptee Support Group – Adoptee Support Groups were designed to provide a place for adoptees to come together, share their unique experiences with one another, and learn ways to cope with various life transitions in a more positive way. Group leader has completed the Certificate in Adoption from Rutger’s University and is an adoptee as well.
Clinical Supervision Group – In this group, professional clinicians can receive support and feedback on how to resolve complex issues relating to the clients with whom they work. Group leader has completed the Certification Program in Supervision at Monmouth University and is able to sign off on clinical hours required to obtain licensure.
Trauma and Abuse Group – This group was designed to help adults process their feelings and experiences relating to their history of trauma and/or abuse. Group leader is a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional.
Adult Mood Disorder Group – This group was designed to help adults with various mood disorders (i.e. depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety) learn to cope with their symptoms in more effective ways. Group members can feel empowered to help others as well as find ways to help themselves live healthier and happier lives.