Group therapy is an important component of the healing process


At Next Chapter, clients participate in several groups daily. We believe group therapy is a significant and highly effective format for our clients to learn, build relationships, strengthen intimacy, heighten self-awareness, reduce shame and challenge distorted beliefs systems. Those suffering from addictions and trauma do not need to feel alone.

GROUP THERAPIES

Group therapy is a form of psychotherapy in which one or more therapists treat a small group of clients together as a group. It allows clients to receive support from people with similar life experiences. Addiction and childhood trauma often lead to feelings of loneliness, depression, and inadequacy, group therapy can help the individual achieve a positive self-image through affirmation and identification within the group.

 

OUR GROUP METHODOLOGIES

Next Chapter employs several types of group therapy models in our treatment model.

  • Psycho-educational groups
  • Process groups
  • Experiential groups
  • Support groups

 

Group therapy is provided to address a variety of issues and reach a range of therapeutic goals. Some of the topics addressed include substance abuse and other addictions, domestic violence, divorce, childhood abuse, depression, anxiety, PTSD, and issues surrounding eating and body image.

TESTIMONIALS

Hear what real people experience at Next Chapter, in their own words.

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DON’T FACE ADDICTION, TRAUMA OR MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES ALONE


No matter who you are, these kinds of challenges are nearly impossible to overcome on your own. Next Chapter can help you break free from the impact of mental health, trauma, and the cycle of addiction.