Group Therapy For Adults Las Vegas
Group Therapy For Adults In Las Vegas With Foundations Counseling Center
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. 1.



This group is designed for adults 65+ experiencing responses to events that occur in the later stages of life. In this group, seniors will be able to reflect on their lives and discuss where they are at currently. Surrounded by similar peers, group members will have a safe space to share, while also receiving feedback and support from others.


This group is designed for adults 18+ diagnosed with a chronic medical condition (i.e., autoimmune disorders, chronic pain, heart disease, kidney disease, etc.). Living with a chronic medical condition can be challenging. In attending this group, members join others who live each day with similar challenges and share their story. Together, they learn positive coping strategies, discover what makes them great, define a new sense of purpose, and learn to celebrate each day.


This group is designed for adults 18+ diagnosed with a severe mental illness (i.e., schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, bipolar disorder I, etc.). Individuals living with severe mental illness can often feel lonely, isolated, ostracized, and helpless. In a safe, non-judgmental atmosphere, members of this group will learn practical strategies to help manage their mental health. With the support of their peers, they will learn to identify their strengths and abilities despite their mental illness. They will learn to take incorporate coping strategies to improve their daily functioning and sense of independence.

Groups Now Forming:

1. DBT-Informed Skills-Building Group for Adults