Through Group Therapy, it is our hope that clients will connect with other members as well as our group leader to process their experiences with the support of other people. It is our opinion that group support is a valuable means to process emotions and difficult experiences. Through various methods and styles, the therapists at The Plymouth Center for Behavioral Health work to help clients achieve their goals.
Our therapists are trained in many different therapies including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Based Therapy and Psychotherapy, to name a few. It is our hope that through group therapy our clients will begin to empower each other to make their lives better.
We work with clients in Group Therapy who are dealing with issues such as:
• Anxiety and Relaxation
• Interpersonal Relationship
• Substance Abuse and Addictions
• Grief and Loss
• Adolescent Issues
Our Current Groups Are:
Anger Management Group
12 session anger management therapy group for substance abuse and mental health patients. Certificate of completion. Appropriate for court mandated clients.
The group meets every Tuesday from 6:30 – 8:00PM.
Insurance accepted. Facilitated by Christine Dias, LMHC
Emotional Skills Regulation Group for Women
In the late 1970s, psychologist Marsha Linehan, working at the University of Washington, developed a specific type of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) known as Dialectical Behavior Therapy, (DBT). It was originally used in the treatment of her patients who struggled with extreme swings of their emotions. Research has demonstrated effectiveness in treating a number of mental disorders such as anger outbursts, anxiety, depression, addictions.
DBT is collaborative. Patients are asked to be actively involved in the treatment by giving their input, doing homework, practicing skills.
(Starting July 15th at 5:30pm)
This group meets every Monday from 5:30 – 7:00PM for 8 sessions.
Insurance accepted, if not $50 group fee. Facilitated by Polly Trueblood, LMFT.