Group Therapy Options at COPE! – DBT Skills, Relapse Prevention, and Perinatal and Mom Support Group
Why choose group therapy?
Group therapy is a powerful way to gain tools and insights related to your goals all while gaining a community of like-minded people who share similar experiences. With the help of one of our facilitators at COPE, we help support individuals through one of our many growing group options. See below for a list of our current groups.
If interested in learning more about any one of the groups, you can reach out to us at:
Group Options at COPE!
Relapse Prevention CBT Skills
(Mondays at 4pm)
This group is specifically designed for people who want to work on reducing their substance use or behavioral addictions (e.g. porn). The group helps individuals learn their specific triggers, manage the craving process, and ultimately change the set of micro behaviors that ultimately lead to the behavior being targeted. Alongside the specific skills, individuals will be able to connect with others who are going through similar experiences and gain support from one another.
(Tuesdays at 5pm and Thursdays at 9am)
Two DBT group are offered in our clinic to better meet the needs of individuals schedules with one group in the evening and one in the morning. This group is great for individuals looking to find better ways of managing their mood, have healthier relationships, and live a more intentional, values-driven life. Group members go through 4 skill areas: Mindfulness, Interpersonal Effectiveness, Emotion Regulation, and Distress Tolerance.
Perinatal and Mom Support Group
Our Perinatal and Mom Support Group is a unique group that caters to moms or soon-to-be moms who are navigating the complex changes that happen during this period. Group members will be supported by other group members all while gaining skills to better manage their emotions and relationships. This group uses an Acceptance and Commitment Therapy focused frame to help individuals through the transition to parenthood.
See our blog on this topic!
See our blog on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Relapse Prevention!
• Individual Therapy
• Couples Therapy
• Family Therapy
• Group Therapy
If interested in learning more about any of these, visit us at our site for more information.
“Fear is the result of an unquestioned past imagined as a future.”
– Byron Katie