Meet your fellow group members, review norms for group therapy, and get an introduction to mindfulness.
Understand the concept of values, how they differ from goals, and how you can identify and explore your own to improve your mental health.
Learn more about your nervous system and techniques for regulating it to keep your stress in check.
Understand the relationship between emotions, thoughts, and behaviors and practice an exercise to become more aware of your feelings.
Learn about how your behaviors can impact how you feel and how you can intentionally change your behavior to manage your well-being.
Discover how getting caught up in unhelpful thought patterns can affect your emotions and learn how to reframe thoughts to improve your resilience.
Taking what you learned about thinking traps, understand and practice how to challenge your own unhelpful thinking.
Understand the concept of “cognitive defusion,” or separating yourself from your thoughts, and learn meditations and exercises to help you practice it.
Learn about self-compassion, why some people struggle with it, and how to practice it in your own life.
Learn about different communication styles and how to set healthy boundaries to improve your well-being.
Learn specific strategies for cultivating more happiness and well-being in your life.
Review what you’ve learned and participate in a closing exercise to reflect on the progress you and your fellow group members have made.
Group therapy is a proven-effective way to improve your mental health. When you find strength and support in community, it's easier not to feel alone.