We believe that full education on the subjects we're dealing with is necessary for learning the underlying factors that contribute to disordered thinking.
By teaching group participants the psychological underpinnings of thoughts and consequential behaviors, we are able to better learn how to resolve, process and recover.
Feeling alone can be painful, and is a shared experience for many.
Using a group format allows participants to connect with others, who can empathize and understand the complicated issues that one deals with on a daily basis.
This connection and support helps as a bridge to overcome isolation.
It can be scary to open up.
Being around others who understand our experiences and feelings can provide a sense of relief and courage. . .
Courage to recover.