Nourish Your Mind aims to provide group therapy to the community and is currently offering the groups listed below. We are constantly growing and developing new programs, so check back to see if new group offerings meet your needs.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy Groups:
Learn coping skills in the areas of mindfulness, emotional regulation, distress tolerance and interpersonal effectiveness to help you thrive and improve daily functioning. DBT skills can be extremely beneficial for anxiety, depression, eating disorders, PTSD and more!
Young Adult DBT Skills Group (Led by Kara Bucci, LMSW)
Each Monday from 6:45pm-7:45pm – Starts April 16th!
Ages 18-24. Registration required.
Adolescent DBT Skills Group (Led by Rachel Spear, LMSW)
Each Wednesday from 7:30-8:30pm – Starts April 18th!
Ages 14-17. Registration required.
Contact Us to Register or Learn More!
Young Men’s College Transition Group
(Led by Jessica Sullivan, LCSW)
Concerned about the upcoming transition to college?
Already started college but finding the transition tough?
You’re NOT alone!
Every Other Thursday from 7:30-8:30pm, Forming Now! Start date TBD.
This group will provide a safe place for young men to discuss the hardships of college transition. Led by a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, we will address social anxiety, safety issues, work vs. play balance, taking on new challenges, and more. Develop new insight, coping skills and problem-solving while connecting with others with similar struggles.
Parents: If your son is dealing with any of the following, please contact us for more info:
- Social anxiety
- Fear of college transition
- Unsuccessful transition to college
- Engaging in risky behaviors
- Low confidence/self-esteem
- Trouble making decisions/poor decision making
Step Mom’s Support Group
(Group Forming Now – Call for Info)
Being a step-mom is a unique role that those who embrace often feel distant and alone in. But guess what, YOU are not alone! Let’s come together to share the joys and burdens of being the female lead of a blended-family. This group will meet monthly and focus on sharing deep connection with those in our special role, having a safe space to share those words you feel no one truly understands and alternative ways to manage both the beauty and stress of blended families. Led by Jessica Sullivan, Clinical Social Worker and proud Step-Mom. This group will run one Saturday per month for 2 hours.