Foundations Counseling Center now offers group therapy for adults. Groups offered have specific topics and are open only to specific individuals with similar treatment issues. Group therapy is only recommended as an adjunct to individual therapy wherein the individual would achieve treatment goals quicker with the support of a group setting. As part of the group process, necessary life skills are developed and positive relationships with peers are formed. Individuals learn to develop trust in themselves and others. Common therapeutic interventions utilized in Foundations Counseling Center’s group therapy for adults include cognitive-behavioral therapy, dialectic behavior therapy, and skill-building activities. For more information about the following groups, please call (702) 240-8639 ext. 0.
“Coping with Grief and Loss”
Grief is a normal response to loss of any kind. Most people associate grief with the death of a person, but grief can result from numerous types of loss. Sometimes the emotions that accompany grief can be overwhelming. It’s important to realize that there is no perfect way to mourn any type of loss and the grieving process is often different for everyone. Join other individuals ages 25+ with similar challenges and gain insight through discussions and activities.
“The Importance of Self-Care: A Group For Recently Divorced Mothers”
This therapeutic group is designed for divorced mothers who are experiencing all the stressors that come with raising a child/children alone, while adjusting to being single again. The group is comprised of six sessions, meeting bi-weekly, with a focus on stress reduction, working through grief/guilt, and improving parent-child communication.