Mental Health Groups

Uniting Well Women:
Mondays, 1:15-2:45pm

This group is for young woman-identified individuals ages 18-27 who are interested in developing skills for adulthood through empowerment, self-acceptance, and connection. Topics include support around transitioning into adulthood, stress management, healthy relationships, anger management, assertive communication, skills for connection, and other issues which uniquely impact young women. Group time will be divided between group exploration of the week's theme and time for personal reflection through collage.

Reduce Chronic Pain:
Mondays, 2:30-3:45pm

This group uses evidence-based interventions that focus on education about brain plasticity (“Your brain on pain”) and pain management (“Managing pain before it manages you”) The group also teaches somatic awareness and mindfulness meditation; connecting what you think about your pain and how you care for your body using both ancient and modern interventions. Participants can expect to learn new skills and reduce chronic pain. Expect change to build as you attend over time, up to six months.

Mind Body Awareness – Gentle Yoga:
Mondays, 2:30-4:00pm

In a safe environment, practice staying present in the moment and experience a sense of compassion and love for yourself. Move and strengthen your body with gentle yoga postures, stretching and breathing. Designed for people who like a gentle pace, with room to breathe and relax. No experience with yoga is required.

Drum & Talk:
1st Monday of each month, 4:00-6:00pm

This therapeutic group for Native American and Alaskan Native adults (over 21) is based on Tribal Best Practices. Topics are explored and considered in a talking drum circle. Attendees do not have to be registered with their tribe. This is not a Wellbriety drum, but we welcome individuals who have been clean and sober for at least 30 days. We work within the Red Road conceptual framework.

Red Road:
3rd Monday of each month, 4:00-6:00pm

The Red Road is a therapeutic group for Native American and Alaskan Native individuals and families based on Tribal Best Practices. The use of a community drum, tribal stories, and tribal teaching projects are woven together with evidence-based practices. The Red Road is open to all ages. You do not have to be registered with your tribe to attend. Clients are encouraged to bring a family member with them.

Art Therapy:
Mondays, 5:00-7:00pm or Wednesdays, 12:00-2:00pm

This group is open to individuals who are working with a CFD therapist, to address challenging emotions of grief, depression, and trauma. You will learn about the healing process, practice new skills, and explore your emotions through art and group participation. A minimum of a one-month commitment is requested. For maximum benefit, participation for three months is recommended.

Coping with Depression & Anxiety using Mindfulness & Cognitive Techniques:
Tuesdays, 1:00-2:30pm or Thursdays, 11:30am-1:00pm

This 12-week group is open to clients with OHP and some private insurance and new members can join at any time. In small, supportive groups, participants will set goals, share progress, and learn and practice skills to: Live in the present moment, reduce distractions, increase rewarding activity, gain control of negative thinking and build a better support system.

Mind Body Awareness – Yoga for Chronic Pain:
Wednesdays, 2:30-4:00pm

Designed for people who experience chronic, physical pain and who would benefit from a group with a gentle pace and room to breathe and relax. Practice breathing techniques, meditation and gentle yoga postures. All movements are adapted to meet physical needs. Learn to relate differently to ongoing physical pain, create space around emotions and experience compassion for self. No experience with yoga is required.

Diabetes Education:
Tuesdays, 4:00-5:15pm

This is a motivational, educational, and strength-based group designed for individuals who have been diagnosed as diabetic or pre-diabetic and are interested in learning about managing and/or working toward healing from their diagnosis. The educational topics include: what diabetes is, cost of healthy eating, food tracking and thinking about calories, physical activity, support from family, etc.

Generation Z:
Ages 12-15: 1st & 3rd Fridays of each month, 6:00-8:00pm; Ages 9-12: 2nd & 4th Fridays of each month, 6:00-8:00pm

Generation Z is a therapeutic group open to girls who are interested in learning emotional maturity, social skills, self-awareness, mindfulness, and empathy in a group setting. Group lessons are taught through expressive arts, cognitive behavior therapy (CBT), and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) teachings.