Mindfulness and Stress Reduction
Mar
23
Mar 15

Mindfulness and Stress Reduction

  • Coro East

Description

This group will focus on cognitive behavioral principles and the cultivation of mindfulness skills to improve emotion regulation and enhance quality of life for young adults.

Please note this group is only for college or graduate students,

Location

Young Adult Behavioral Health Program
Coro East, 167 Point Street, Suite 161
Providence, RI

Dates

Thursdays 4:00pm - 5:00pm

Cost

In-network insurances (standard copay applies):

  • Aetna
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Brown University Student Health Insurance (Consolidated Health)
  • Cigna
  • Harvard Pilgrim
  • Medicaid
  • Medicare
  • Neighborhood Health
  • PHCS / Multiplan
  • Tricare
  • Tufts
  • United Health

Group Therapist

Johnny Lee, PhD - Dr. Johnny Lee completed his PhD in Clinical Psychology at Suffolk University, a fellowship at Northwestern University, and a pre-doctoral internship at the Veterans Affairs Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System. Prior to joining Rhode Island Hospital's Young Adult Behavioral Health Program where he is currently a staff psychologist, Dr. Lee worked as a researcher at the National Center for PTSD, and as a pediatric neuropsychologist at Brown University's School of Engineering. 

Dr. Lee has a deep interest in meditation and mindfulness work, and completed his PhD dissertation on related research. He is also interested in therapy practices in Asian American culture, and offers a culturally sensitive approach to therapy sessions. He sees mostly young adults, and has expertise in adjustment, anxiety, depression, personal exploration, relationships, and trauma.

Justin Martino-Harms, PsyD - Dr. Justin Martino-Harms specializes in anxiety, depression, family issues, LGBTQ+ topics, gender orientation, life transitions, substance abuse, and transgender identities. His therapeutic approach incorporates aspects of acceptance commitment therapy, interpersonal therapy, and multicultural therapy. He is part of the Young Adult Behavioral Health Program at Rhode Island Hospital.

Dr. Martino-Harms received his degree from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 2013, and has since worked at several universities and hospitals in the community.

Schedule a phone consult with Young Adult Behavioral Health Program to learn more!

Chat briefly to learn more before attending :) (Free)

Adolescent Girls Group - GIRLS RISING
Mar
27
Dec 18

Adolescent Girls Group - GIRLS RISING

  • 180 Gano Street Providence, RI, 02906 United States

Group Therapist: Jane Mizrahi, LICSW
Time: Every Monday at 3:00pm.

This group is a wonderfully empowering group for girls (mostly ages 12-17, exceptions discussed individually) who might be struggling with self esteem or experiencing relationship issues. The group is based upon the book GIRLS RISING by Urana Jackson and includes creative and body based experiences. Parent/guardian involvement possible through various worksheets/exercises. Learn more →

Men's Group
Mar
28
Mar 27

Men's Group

  • 194 Waterman Street, 3rd Floor, Providence, RI 02906

Group Therapist: Corey Flanders, LMHC

Where do men turn today to get help and support for their struggles with feelings, relationships, stress, and other problems? Studies suggest that a majority of men struggle in silence. They may be socially isolated, their marital and other relationship problems may result in an inability to talk things over, and a combination of fear and shame inhibit them from reaching out to others. This group will focus on a variety of men's issues including Fathers and Fatherhood; Sex and Sexuality; Money, Work, and Career; Integrity and Purpose; Health and Well-being; and Emotions and Communication, especially among the members within the group.

Young Adult Eating Disorder Support Group
Mar
28
Sep 26

Young Adult Eating Disorder Support Group

  • 439 Benefit Street Providence, RI, 02903 United States

Group Therapist: Natalie Monaghan, LICSW
Time: Every Tuesday, 5:45pm - 7:15pm

Eating disorder support groups are closed 8 week groups limited to 8-10 young 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.

Elective Interpersonal Therapy Group
Mar
28
Nov 28

Elective Interpersonal Therapy Group

  • Group by Design

Description

This group is for adults ages 24 and older. Candidates for this group are seeking to participate in a non-medically oriented (not targeting a diagnosis) group to increase their interpersonal effectiveness and satisfaction in relationships. Some may be in individual psychotherapy for treatment of a medically necessary condition such as depression, although having an individual therapist is not required. 

Most members have experienced important successes in their lives and want to work within a growth and awareness arena rather than in a deficit model context. Likewise, members value being active contributors to a team effort. 

Through examining patterns of perceiving, relating to, and thinking about themselves and those around them in the "here and now" as well as taking new risks, participants move toward their Value Generated Goals in relationships. Integration of interpersonal effectiveness skills enhances the work of the group. 

Members agree to work toward practicing new patterns of responding in the group. A shared goal is exporting their learning and change to specific prioritized relationships outside of the group. 

Participants have commented that the group has helped them: create meaning during major life challenges, stay focused during charged interactions, approach conflict constructively and creatively, decrease isolation, be less defensive.

Location

1 Richmond Square Suite 122C, Providence RI, 02906

Dates & Times

Every other Tuesday 7:00 - 8:30 pm. Ongoing.

Cost

$44 per session. 
$7 per session discount if the member sees an individual therapist concurrently.

Please note participants cannot use their insurance for this group.

Group Therapist

Daniel Even, LICSW, MDiv - Daniel Even is a 34-year veteran of the field, and specializes in anxiety, depression, burnout at work, interpersonal skills, marital conflict, pain management, and religious issues. He works with most age groups, including young adults, college students, adults, professionals, couples, and seniors. Daniel's approaches to therapy include acceptance and commitment therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, interpersonal therapy, and mindfulness practices. Daniel has degrees from Harvard, Smith College, and Bucknell University, and has worked in several health centers and hospitals throughout New England. He has been in private practice since 1981.

Schedule a phone consult with Daniel to learn more!

Chat briefly to learn more before attending :) (Free)

Women's Wellness Group
Mar
29
Apr 19

Women's Wellness Group

  • 180 Gano Street Providence, RI, 02906 United States

Group Therapist: Jane Mizrahi, LICSW
Time: Every Monday at 12:00pm.

Come be with other women to process typical life stressors in a holistic, supportive way. We'll use gentle mindfulness and body practices, creativity including music, art, poetry and journaling, and learn skills of healthy living. Our goal is for you to feel heard, supported, and challenged toward improving the quality of your life. Learn more →

Interpersonal Group Therapy
Mar
29
Apr 4

Interpersonal Group Therapy

  • 194 Waterman Street Providence, RI, 02906 United States

Group Therapist: Corey Flanders, LMHC
Time: Every Wednesday, 2pm - 3:30pm. Starts November 2nd, 2016.

Group psychotherapy is a dynamic and effective form of change. Group members learn to deepen connections with others, improve communication, and make significant changes to the way they behave in relationships. People often develop ineffective communication styles in the context of growing up in hurtful or dysfunctional family systems. Group therapy is a means of coming to understand and profoundly change limiting and painful ways of being with others. It works to diminish isolation, guilt, and shame. Learn more →

College Aged and Young Adult Body, Mind, and Spirit
Mar
29
Apr 4

College Aged and Young Adult Body, Mind, and Spirit

  • 180 Gano Street Providence, RI, 02906 United States

Description

Join other college age and young adults to empower yourself through this life transition into young adulthood. They'll be some talk, creativity, and body-based work. The space is warm and inviting and we'll have some fun as we challenge ourselves to find contentment and joy.

Location

180 Gano St, Providence RI, 02906

Dates & Times

Wednesdays 6:30 - 8:00pm

Cost

$25 per session, if committed to 4 sessions.
$30 per session for drop-in.

Accepted insurances: BlueCross BlueShield, United Health

Group Therapist

Jane Mizrahi, LICSW - Jane Mizrahi is a licensed social worker and founder of GroupsWorks, offering individual and group therapy sessions in Providence, RI. Jane works with teenagers, young adults and college students, adults, and families, and she particularly enjoys working with creative professionals. Jane has expertise in trauma, grief and loss, anxiety, and depression. She also has experience working with clients struggling with substance use, as well as those who come from marginalized backgrounds.

Jane uses a holistic approach, drawing from cognitive behavioral therapy, existentialism, mindfulness, and sensorimotor therapy. Her approach is flexible and dynamic in order to best meet the needs of her clients, and she often encourages clients to incorporate creative and body-based activities into their healing process. Jane emphasizes the power of hope, presence, self-compassion, and the mind-body connection.

Jane earned her Masters in Social Work from Rhode Island College in 2011 and previously served as the Clinical Director of Residential Services at Child & Family Services. Jane found her passion for helping others heal after experiencing great loss in her own life and has since dedicated herself to supporting clients as they heal.

Schedule a phone consult with Jane to learn more!

Chat briefly to learn more before attending :) (Free)

Personal and Professional Development Group
Mar
30
Nov 16

Personal and Professional Development Group

  • Group by Design

Description

In both professional and personal contexts, the importance of relational intelligence is gaining global recognition. In this group, concepts such as emotional intelligence and mindfulness will be used to help members balance professional and personal goals, self awareness and empathy, effectiveness, and authenticity. This group is especially well-suited for professionals who want to increase their capacity for intimacy while coping with high visibility and high stress in their careers. Members value a wellness oriented model of growth which is free from the constraints of "medically necessary" psychotherapy linked to insurance protocols. They are especially interested in learning more about their reactions to others when dealing with conflict, competition, loss, and transition. Interpersonal at its core, the group's most challenging and rewarding work occurs through effective feedback to relational events as they occur in the "here and now" personal encounter. 

Location

1 Richmond Square Suite 122C, Providence RI, 02906

Dates & Times

Every other Thursday 5:00 - 7:00 pm. Ongoing.

Cost

$47 per session.

Please note participants cannot use their insurance for this group.

Group Therapist

Daniel Even, LICSW, MDiv - Daniel Even is a 34-year veteran of the field, and specializes in anxiety, depression, burnout at work, interpersonal skills, marital conflict, pain management, and religious issues. He works with most age groups, including young adults, college students, adults, professionals, couples, and seniors. Daniel's approaches to therapy include acceptance and commitment therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, interpersonal therapy, and mindfulness practices. Daniel has degrees from Harvard, Smith College, and Bucknell University, and has worked in several health centers and hospitals throughout New England. He has been in private practice since 1981.

Schedule a phone consult with Daniel to learn more!

Chat briefly to learn more before attending :) (Free)

Therapist Peer Support
Apr
3
May 8

Therapist Peer Support

  • 180 Gano Street Providence, RI, 02906 United States

Group Therapist: Jane Mizrahi, LICSW
Time: Mondays at 6:30pm.

This is a peer support and wellness group for therapists to meet weekly, reinforce and practice self care, and provide an opportunity for us to reflect on our own thoughts, feelings and approaches in the work we do with our clients. Joining a peer support and wellness group is making a commitment to yourself not just as a therapist, but as a person, first. It is a way to walk the talk of self care. We will engage in stress reduction, gentle yoga and breath work, we'll support and challenge each other regarding challenges from our private practices and we'll conclude with hot stone self massage.

Empowerment Group for Pre-Teen Girls
Apr
4
Jun 13

Empowerment Group for Pre-Teen Girls

This group will focus on the promotion of feelings of self-worth, self-acceptance, and personal empowerment through positive intrapersonal and interpersonal experiences.

Interpersonal Effectiveness: The Challenge of Anxiety & Depression
Apr
4
Jul 25

Interpersonal Effectiveness: The Challenge of Anxiety & Depression

  • Group by Design

Description

This group is for adults ages 20 and older. It is an adjunctive group which requires members to have a primary individual therapist and/or psychiatrist who has made a formal diagnosis pertaining to depression and/or anxiety. In spite of their diagnosis, members have considerable strengths and valuable experiences which enable them to contribute to a challenging interactive group. 

Common to all participants is a strong desire to seek interpersonal solutions to their distress while reaching their full relational potential. They do this through examining their patterns of perceiving, relating to, and thinking about themselves and those around them in the "here and now" of the group. Integration of DBT Interpersonal Effectiveness Skills enhances the work of the group. Mindfulness for Members workshops compliment the program. Individual concurrent skills coaching available. 

Location

1 Richmond Square Suite 122C, Providence RI, 02906

Dates & Times

Every other Tuesday at 7:00 pm - 8:15 pm. Ongoing.

Cost

In-network insurances:

  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Consolidated Health Plan
  • First Health
  • Harvard Pilgrim
  • Tufts
  • United Health

Out-of-pocket fee: $37 per session

Group Therapist

Daniel Even, LICSW, MDiv - Daniel Even is a 34-year veteran of the field, and specializes in anxiety, depression, burnout at work, interpersonal skills, marital conflict, pain management, and religious issues. He works with most age groups, including young adults, college students, adults, professionals, couples, and seniors. Daniel's approaches to therapy include acceptance and commitment therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, interpersonal therapy, and mindfulness practices. Daniel has degrees from Harvard, Smith College, and Bucknell University, and has worked in several health centers and hospitals throughout New England. He has been in private practice since 1981.

WAAG: A Women Artist's Accountability Group
Apr
5
May 31

WAAG: A Women Artist's Accountability Group

  • 186 Carpenter Street Providence, RI, 02903 United States

Group therapist: Stacy Donn Cristo, LMHC
Time: Wednesdays, from 7pm - 8:30pm.

Less bark, more WAAG! Join me for a once a month women artist's accountability group where we will support one another to thrive and live in all of our creative glory! Less bark: less just talking about great ideas! More WAAG: more making these great ideas happen and become the income you need and want! You have the right and ability to to make a living using your greatest gifts and in return it will bring you JOY! Learn more →

Monthly Meditations
Apr
7
Apr 6

Monthly Meditations

Description

One-hour silent seated meditation practice.

Location

Holistic Heart RI
659 Sandy Ln, Warwick RI 02889

Dates

First Friday of every month
7:00pm-8:00pm
Beginning April 7th, 2017

Cost

Drop-in, no registration required. Cost: $10 Drop-in Per Class

Group Therapist

Kristen Acciari - Kristen Acciari received her Masters of Social Work from Rhode Island College. She completed her graduate internship at The Groden Center, which is recognized internationally for its pioneering work with individuals with autism, and started her career there specializing in Asperger’s syndrome.

Kristen began her private practice in 2012 following her 5 years of experience at The Groden Center. Her treatment specialties include self-esteem and self-acceptance, authentic living, Asperger's syndrome, emotion regulation, and relationship issues. She offers individual and family therapy, with particular expertise in adolescent and young adult issues.

Kristen takes an eclectic approach to therapy, combining Existential Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy, Psychodynamic Therapy, and Mindfulness Practices. A long-time practitioner of yoga, Kristen completed her 200-hour yoga teacher certification in 2014 to add another dimension to her therapeutic work. Kristen pulls from her experiences and training as appropriate to meet the client where he or she is, always with the relationship at the center of the work. 

Emotions and the Body Workshop
Apr
9
9:30 am09:30

Emotions and the Body Workshop

Description

Join Laura & Kristen for an introductory experiential workshop, exploring the depths of the mind-body-spirit connection. We’ll be working to create:

  • Body + Emotional Awareness
  • Intentional Movement
  • Supportive practices to help return to &/or maintain mindfulness

Location

Holistic Heart RI
659 Sandy Ln, Warwick RI 02889

Dates

Sunday, April 9th, 2017
9:30am – 12:30pm

Cost

Cost: $35 per session.
*Insurance not accepted.*

Group Therapist

Kristen Acciari - Kristen Acciari received her Masters of Social Work from Rhode Island College. She completed her graduate internship at The Groden Center, which is recognized internationally for its pioneering work with individuals with autism, and started her career there specializing in Asperger’s syndrome.

Kristen began her private practice in 2012 following her 5 years of experience at The Groden Center. Her treatment specialties include self-esteem and self-acceptance, authentic living, Asperger's syndrome, emotion regulation, and relationship issues. She offers individual and family therapy, with particular expertise in adolescent and young adult issues.

Kristen takes an eclectic approach to therapy, combining Existential Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy, Psychodynamic Therapy, and Mindfulness Practices. A long-time practitioner of yoga, Kristen completed her 200-hour yoga teacher certification in 2014 to add another dimension to her therapeutic work. Kristen pulls from her experiences and training as appropriate to meet the client where he or she is, always with the relationship at the center of the work. 

The Integral Therapist
Apr
18
Apr 17

The Integral Therapist

  • AQAL Therapies

Description

The integral approach does not simply melt all theoretical orientations into one or seek some grand unifying common factor, but rather it takes a meta-theoretical perspective, giving general guidelines as to when each of these therapies is most appropriate for use with a client, allowing each approach to retain its individual flavor and utility.

Therapists who employ this comprehensive, multiperspectival approach will gain confidence, strengthen their client work, deepen multicultural and spiritual understanding, and improve their interactions with colleagues of different specialties and orientations. Those who use this as an outline within their practice have found increased retention and compliance, shorter engagement times, and increased efficacy.  Even more important, it truly does not require anyone to learn a whole new discipline, the approach simply allows one to reorganize the tools already being used within a framework!

The group was formed due to a variety of needs of which the following four were identified as the main objectives of this group:

  1. Connection to Colleagues who all share a similar vision in how we approach those we work with and in our desire to help each other thrive in our practice.  In doing so, this makes it possible to refer those we serve to others of different specialties with confidence.
  2. A new approach to Supervision/Consultation that goes beyond the one to one or group model in which one person is the sole guide. This is a group of peers and experienced professionals offering up their time and services to help the community.  Those acting as supervisors will be different at each meeting.
  3. Help in Building Your Practice, providing the knowledge and skills needed to run a successful private practice from those who have demonstrated this ability, from marketing approaches to identifying your audience and the latest applications to the types of electronic note and billing options. 
  4. All agreeing to be Integrally Informed, that is developing/having a firm understanding of the integral approach, fluid in understanding how to implement and utilize the integral model within their practice and with those they serve. 

Location

1 Richmond Square, Suite 103K, Providence RI, 02906

Dates

The Integral Therapist meets the third Tuesday of every month at 7:00pm.

Cost

This group is free to attend.

Group Therapist

Todd Schmenk, LMHC - Todd Schmenk is a mental health counselor specializing in the treatment of anxiety-related issues. His focus areas include general anxiety, panic attacks, chronic health conditions, couples counseling, performance anxiety, and anxiety-related eating disorders. Todd previously worked as an elementary school teacher, health educator, business wellness consultant and manager, and most recently, as a counselor at Bay Coast Behavioral and his private practice, AQAL Therapies. Todd's approach is integrally informed, pulling from a variety of tools including Applied Behavioral Analysis, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectic Behavior Therapy, Gestalt Methodology, and Solution Focused Brief Therapy, supported by a strong focus in neuroscience, mindfulness and active lifestyle modification plans.

Schedule a phone consult with Todd to learn more!

Chat briefly to learn more before attending :) (Free)

Yoga for Anxiety and Stress Reduction
Apr
19
Jun 28

Yoga for Anxiety and Stress Reduction

Description


Learn to calm your body and quiet your mind through the experience of yoga.

Location

Holistic Heart RI
659 Sandy Ln, Warwick RI 02889

Dates

10 Week Series
Wednesdays 7:30pm-8:30pm
April 19th, 2017 – June 28th, 2017 (1 week of no class – date TBA)

Cost

$130 for full 10 week series, or $15.00 drop-in rate per class.
*Insurances are not accepted*

Group Therapist

Kristen Acciari - Kristen Acciari received her Masters of Social Work from Rhode Island College. She completed her graduate internship at The Groden Center, which is recognized internationally for its pioneering work with individuals with autism, and started her career there specializing in Asperger’s syndrome.

Kristen began her private practice in 2012 following her 5 years of experience at The Groden Center. Her treatment specialties include self-esteem and self-acceptance, authentic living, Asperger's syndrome, emotion regulation, and relationship issues. She offers individual and family therapy, with particular expertise in adolescent and young adult issues.

Kristen takes an eclectic approach to therapy, combining Existential Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy, Psychodynamic Therapy, and Mindfulness Practices. A long-time practitioner of yoga, Kristen completed her 200-hour yoga teacher certification in 2014 to add another dimension to her therapeutic work. Kristen pulls from her experiences and training as appropriate to meet the client where he or she is, always with the relationship at the center of the work. 

Emotions and the Body 12-Week Series
Apr
25
Jul 8

Emotions and the Body 12-Week Series

Description

Step into a full body-mind integrative experience. This class series will serve to support your understanding and intuitive knowledge of how the actions of our lives shape our bodies and where our emotions show up in that process.

Location

Holistic Heart RI
659 Sandy Ln, Warwick RI 02889

Dates

Tuesdays 7:00pm – 8:00pm
April 25th, 2017 – July 8th,2017

Cost

Cost: $250 upfront for entire series ($50 savings!)
OR
$25 pay as you go - per session (all participants must be enrolled in the full 12-week series). *Insurance not accepted.*

Group Therapist

Kristen Acciari - Kristen Acciari received her Masters of Social Work from Rhode Island College. She completed her graduate internship at The Groden Center, which is recognized internationally for its pioneering work with individuals with autism, and started her career there specializing in Asperger’s syndrome.

Kristen began her private practice in 2012 following her 5 years of experience at The Groden Center. Her treatment specialties include self-esteem and self-acceptance, authentic living, Asperger's syndrome, emotion regulation, and relationship issues. She offers individual and family therapy, with particular expertise in adolescent and young adult issues.

Kristen takes an eclectic approach to therapy, combining Existential Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy, Psychodynamic Therapy, and Mindfulness Practices. A long-time practitioner of yoga, Kristen completed her 200-hour yoga teacher certification in 2014 to add another dimension to her therapeutic work. Kristen pulls from her experiences and training as appropriate to meet the client where he or she is, always with the relationship at the center of the work. 

Aspie Young Adult Social Meet-Up Group
Apr
28
Apr 27

Aspie Young Adult Social Meet-Up Group

  • Holistic Heart RI

Description

The purpose of this group is to connect with potentially like-minded individuals while having fun in a supportive environment.

Location

Holistic Heart RI
659 Sandy Ln, Warwick RI 02889

Dates

Last Friday of every month
7:00pm – 8:30pm
Beginning April 28th. 2017

Cost

Cost: $25.00 per person, per session. *insurance not accepted.

Group Therapist

Kristen Acciari - Kristen Acciari received her Masters of Social Work from Rhode Island College. She completed her graduate internship at The Groden Center, which is recognized internationally for its pioneering work with individuals with autism, and started her career there specializing in Asperger’s syndrome.

Kristen began her private practice in 2012 following her 5 years of experience at The Groden Center. Her treatment specialties include self-esteem and self-acceptance, authentic living, Asperger's syndrome, emotion regulation, and relationship issues. She offers individual and family therapy, with particular expertise in adolescent and young adult issues.

Kristen takes an eclectic approach to therapy, combining Existential Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy, Psychodynamic Therapy, and Mindfulness Practices. A long-time practitioner of yoga, Kristen completed her 200-hour yoga teacher certification in 2014 to add another dimension to her therapeutic work. Kristen pulls from her experiences and training as appropriate to meet the client where he or she is, always with the relationship at the center of the work. 


College Aged and Young Adult Process Group
Mar
7
6:00 pm18:00

College Aged and Young Adult Process Group

  • 182 Butler Avenue Providence, RI, 02906 United States

Group Therapists: Jane Mizrahi, LICSW & David Kahn, MD
Time: Tuesdays at 6:00pm.

Process Group is an opportunity to be with other similarly aged young adults and process the struggles you might be having at this very important time in your life as you transition in to adulthood. Groups are co-led with Jane Mizrahi and Dr. David Kahn. Learn more →

Rehumanizing the Other and the Self: Reflection on the Election (CE event)
Jan
6
1:30 pm13:30

Rehumanizing the Other and the Self: Reflection on the Election (CE event)

  • Group by Design

Description

A continuing education workshop for therapists (3 CEU: cultural diversity). Goals will include learning how to create safe spaces for conversations that bridge political, religious, and racial divides, identifying factors contributing to polarization, and to better understand how we might all unintentionally contribute to “otherization” and polarization. An added goal is to help participants manage distress related to the election in a constructive and healing manner. Workshop is limited to 10 participants to allow for maximum participation.

Host: Group by Design
Moderator: Daniel Even
Featured presenter: David Joseph

Location

1 Richmond Square Suite 122C, Providence RI, 02906

Date & Time

January 6, 2017
1:30pm - 4:30pm

Cost

$49 for registration before December 9, $59 thereafter.

Group Therapist

Daniel Even, LICSW, MDiv - Daniel Even is a 34-year veteran of the field, and specializes in anxiety, depression, burnout at work, interpersonal skills, marital conflict, pain management, and religious issues. He works with most age groups, including young adults, college students, adults, professionals, couples, and seniors. Daniel's approaches to therapy include acceptance and commitment therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, interpersonal therapy, and mindfulness practices. Daniel has degrees from Harvard, Smith College, and Bucknell University, and has worked in several health centers and hospitals throughout New England. He has been in private practice since 1981.

Schedule a phone consult with Daniel to learn more!

Chat briefly to learn more before attending :) (Free)

Adolescent Social Interaction Skills Group
Dec
21
6:30 pm18:30

Adolescent Social Interaction Skills Group

  • 29 Smith Avenue Greenville, RI, 02828 United States

Group Therapist: Leela Foley, LICSW
Time: Every Wednesday, 6:30pm - 7:30pm. Begins November 2nd, 2016 for 8 sessions.

This group is designed for adolescents 13 - 17 years old as an 8 session commitment. Together we will explore communication, relationship building, problem solving, and conflict resolution skills. We will provide a peer-supported, interactive approach to sorting through social challenges and building connections with others. The group will utilize various media and therapeutic models including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Solution Focused Therapy. Learn more →

Moms and Daughters with ADHD
Nov
19
2:30 pm14:30

Moms and Daughters with ADHD

  • The Movement Exchange 545 Pawtucket Ave, Pawtucket, RI 02860

Group therapist: Stacy Donn Cristo, LMHC
Time: Saturdays, from 2:30pm - 4pm.

This is a four week group to bring together mom's and daughter's with ADHD. A formal diagnosis is not necessary, however, if you and/or your daughter are living with ADHD then this is the group for you! I will be co-hosting this group with my daughter as an ADHD duo! We will be building community, having fun and getting to know what this means for us as unique individuals and what it means for us as a mom and daughter duo (or trio, etc). This is also an opportunity to share what's worked and what hasn't worked, gain support and build sense of camaraderie. This group is appropriate for daughters ages 7 and up. Learn more →