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Therapy Groups

Structured group work has been a successful approach for many of our patients who are seeking mental health support. Attendees receive evidence-based information from our counselors on topics such as parenting, anxiety, depression, and strategies to support their well-being.

Use of the camera or microphone in Zoom groups is not required.

If you are interested in one of our groups, please contact Shannon Porter, our Mental Health Coordinator, at (802) 879-6556.

Parenting Group

Are you a parent of a child ages 2-10 with challenging behaviors? Then this group is for you! You can learn how to:

  • Utilize positive play time with a child to increase “OK behaviors”
  • Use parent attention to pay attention to positive child behaviors while actively ignoring “not OK” child behaviors
  • Effectively give instructions so that children will listen
  • Practice an effective time out sequence to use as a consistent consequence for “not OK” behavior
  • Manage situations outside of the home

Youth Skills Group (Ages 10-13)

Learn about the signs of anxiety and depression. Each week, a new topic is introduced with activities and skill implementation. Pracice mindfulness and relaxation strategies, recognize the signs of anxiety and depression and seek to address those bodily sensations. We will practice identifying negative automatic thoughts, use cognitive coping strategies to address those thoughts, and find ways to get and to stay active. Join us in practicing facing, rather than avoiding, the things that make you anxious.

Teen Skills Group (Ages 14-17)

Learn about the signs of anxiety and depression. Each week, a new topic is introduced with activities and skill implementation. Practice mindfulness and relaxation strategies, recognize the signs of anxiety and depression and seek to address those bodily sensations. We will practice identifying negative automatic thoughts, use cognitive coping strategies to address those thoughts, and find ways to get and to stay active. Join us in practicing facing, rather than avoiding, the things that make you anxious.

Managing Anxiety and Depression: A Young Adult Group

This virtual ten week group is for young adults 17+ who would like to practice cognitive coping strategies, use relaxation and mindfulness techniques, find ways to get moving, and engage with things that make them anxious.