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.
Dates & Times
Every other Tuesday at 7:00 pm - 8:15 pm. Ongoing.
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Consolidated Health Plan
- First Health
- Harvard Pilgrim
- United Health
Out-of-pocket fee: $37 per session
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.