• "Sometimes the bravest and most important thing you can do is just show up." — Brené Brown

  • Group therapy programs can be immensely helpful for many individuals. While they can initially sound intimidating, we have found that group members almost always find it a rewarding experience that provides benefits beyond individual therapy. These benefits include the opportunity to connect with others who are experiencing similar challenges; having a support network and sounding board; and learning from how others tackle their challenges.   

    Therapy groups are typically comprised of 6 to 10 members working on common issues, and sessions last approximately 75 - 120 minutes. A provider guides the session, and members have the opportunity to learn new skills or share personal experiences in a safe environment. To ensure each individual feels fully supported, we've developed a variety of group programs that you can choose from to find one that would be best suited for you. 


  • parent groups

    Seeing your child go through the challenges of a mental illness can be emotionally and psychologically extremely difficult. We believe parents need just as much kind, thoughtful support as their children. Together we help parents vulnerably share their feelings, struggles, and questions by providing a safe holding space to help maximize support and help gain strength. Parents gain skills in how to best emotionally support their loved one and create a deeper connection that decreases the intensity of their loves one illness. 

  • eating disorder support groups

    (adolescents & college age students/adults) Eating disorder support groups are closed 8 week groups limited to 8-10 young adults/adults. Members can choose to continue group on an ongoing basis and often do! Group provides a safe, supportive environment that emphasizes positive aspects of recovery. Group members work on being present in the moment and connecting to their emotional experiences as they and other group members share. Members practice naming these emotions to others and experience what it is like to be seen and heard. Members often share that this group has been essential in helping them shift their emotional experiences, relational patterns with others, and ultimately their maladaptive behaviors. 

  • therapeutic yoga

    This slow-paced class is a delicious blend of restorative yoga (supported postures), gentle movement, breath work and guided meditation. The holistic experience is curated to help you  return to emotional balance as you retrain your mind/body network into patterns of ease and relaxation. This class is a great antidote to everyday busyness, sense of overwhelm and disconnection from your body. You’ll stretch and create space in your body and mind. Walk away feeling renewed and restored. This class is a wonderful complement to traditional talk therapy.                       

  • fun in the kitchen

    This is a group for people struggling with Binge Eating disorder (BED). Our goal in this group is to be able to connect with others who are also struggling, cook a meal together, have dinner and enjoy social connection. Throughout this time we will strive to establish positive group and individual connections. The group will end with a process group. 


  • experiential groups

    Be aims to personalize treatment to individuals and to groups of people struggling with similar behaviors. If people will benefit from a supported snack, breakfast, lunch or dinner, be will create a meal support group. If a group of people are wanting to improve body image, we will create outings to go clothes shopping. If people are struggling with social anxiety, we will create a fun activity in the community to do as a group to practice engaging in healthy relationships and appropriate interaction.