About Our Groups
Group therapy provides a
supportive setting to address a variety of topics.
Groups are available for anxiety, depression, anger management, emotional regulation, social skills, and many other challenging issues encountered throughout school age, middle and high school.
For more information or to register, please leave a message on the
"New Patient" line: 508-835-1735, Option 3
Teens will learn a variety of methods to help manage mood and anxiety. CBT and DBT skills will be introduced. Teens will learn how to manage and communicate their emotions in a healthy manner.
Teens who identify in the LGBTQ+ community will learn healthy emotional management and effective communication skills. There will be a focus on education and development of self-advocacy skills (with family members, schools, employers, and friends). Additionally, it will be a supportive and safe environment for all group members.
Girls grades 9-12 will take part in a group with a focus on healthy relationships. The following areas will be discussed and addressed: girl drama, dating dos/don'ts, setting boundaries, online interactions, red flags, being assertive, and more. The participants will be given education in the various topics and reflect/practice these skills in a group based on their own experiences.
5th-7th grade girls will identify various obstacles to maintaining positive self-esteem. Group members will explore the impact of social media, media, and bullying on self-esteem and work together to identify ways to build up their individual self-esteem. It will be a supportive and safe space to discuss the challenges of middle school focusing on the significant changes that happen in our bodies and our peer relationships during this time.