Group therapy generally consists of six to ten people meeting with a trained therapist to talk about issues that they may be struggling with. Members share their feelings and gain insight about their problems from other group members who may be having similar struggles. Emotional support in the form of group therapy can be an invaluable experience.
Below are some of the groups currently offered at Behavioral Associates.
This group is based on Parent Management Training, an empirically supported treatment protocol designed to educate parents on managing their child’s behavior at home and in school. The group is designed to facilitate learning as well as provide an environment of support.
At the Teen’s Group, adolescents can safely express themselves among peers and are given a multitude of tools to help cope with their problems. Topics include:
Our Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) adult skills training group is a skills-based treatment that consists of 4 modules that are covered over a period of 24 weeks. The skills training group meets on a weekly basis for an hour and a half.
DBT is an evidence-based treatment for adolescents who are struggling with emotion dysregulation, identity confusion, intense anxiety, depression, anger, difficulties in interpersonal relationships, impulsive behaviors, eating disorders, substance abuse, and teen-parent or family conflict.
Adolescents and their parents attend skills training group on a weekly basis for an hour and a half. Once a month, both parents and adolescents attend a multi-family skills training group. The curriculum consists of five modules:
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