All groups are held at the Circle of Life Center and offer flexible fees. We also accept all major credit cards and most insurance.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Life Skills Group
Thursday’s 7:00pm – 9:00pm (starts April 25th, 2019)
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is an evidence-based group therapy which teaches healthy coping skills to regulate moods, tolerate distress, improve interpersonal relationships and increase awareness of self. The coping skills can greatly improve symptoms of depression, anxiety, trauma and other mental health and emotional issues. Support from each other and processing is also provided in the group. Skills are taught within the following 4 Modules:
- Mindfulness Skills
- Emotion Regulation Skills
- Distress Tolerance Skills
- Interpersonal Effectiveness Skills
You will receive an intake form via email for you to complete ahead of time, in addition to an intake with me prior to the first group. DBT notebooks and handouts will be provided for each member.
This ongoing group is 16 weeks in duration and consistent attendance is important in order to benefit from the skills, as they build upon each other.
Each group will last approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes to 2 hours.
Contact Heidi Allison, MSW, LCSW (#LCSW20142) with interest or questions:
Heidi Allison, MSW, LCSW (#LCSW20142) | Call/Text (562) 449-7298 | firstname.lastname@example.org | $60 ($50 for Kaiser clients) per session
No one should face infertility alone. A Harvard Medical School Study showed that “the pregnancy rates of women trying to conceive more than doubled when they participated in group therapy.” Come join other people that are on the same journey.
In this group we will:
- Problem solve
- Discuss treatment
- Explore family building options and transitions
- Provide support and understanding.
Led by Sara Rector, LMFT (MFC #31230) | Call/Text (805)494-1414 | $50 per week – 8 week sessions
New Mom’s/Mom’s-to-Be Group
Are you pregnant or are you a new mom?
Come share the joys, trials and tribulations of being pregnant or being a new mother. Group is open to women in their second trimester of pregnancy up to mothers of lap babies.
Typical Group topics addressed are:
- Transitions into parenting
- Developmental stages of babies and parents
- Problem solving and joy sharing
- Navigating through the effects of pregnancy or parenthood on other relationships and life in general.
Led by Sara Rector, LMFT (MFC #31230). For more information, please call or text (805)494-1414 | $50 per week – 8 week session
Flexible Fees | Credit Cards accepted | Email: email@example.com