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Adult Group Therapy Tracks

Adult Group Therapy Tracks

Adults are often hesitant to seek out therapy. By adulthood, most people have figured out some way to cope with the ups and downs of life. However, mental health illnesses can have all sorts of difficult, negative impacts. While these may not be noticeable at first, they can affect your relationships, your career, and even cause you to develop additional physical illnesses over time.

At Sage Neuroscience Center, we offer a wide range of counseling, therapy services and treatment options. Group Therapy Services at Sage Neuroscience Center cover a multitude of topics, making sure you can find a group regardless of what mental health issue you’re experiencing. Groups generally include 4-12 members with regular sessions lasting about 1-2 hours each, although the exact frequency and length of the sessions per week will vary depending on the group.

If you’re interested in trying out Group Therapy Services, you can browse the current groups available and send in a formal inquiry online. Alternatively, you can work with your provider to discuss your treatment goals and what you hope to accomplish in a therapeutic group.

Current Adult Group Therapy Tracks

Aftercare/Recovery Skills Support Group:

Aftercare is about recovery support. This group is a means of promoting continued recovery maintenance for those who are interested in additional support or reinforcement of previously learned skills. This group explores the 8 dimensions of wellness including physical, intellectual, financial, environmental, spiritual, social, occupational, and emotional. This group is meant to provide a connection between recovery skills and tools with real life situations related to overall wellness.

Caregiver Compassion/Fatigue Support Group:

This group offers adults caring for a loved one with physical and/or mental health concerns a space to take time for themselves, get and give support for this unique set of responsibilities, and to feel less isolated. During every group, we share coping strategies, reminders for self care, resources, validation and empathy. Current members express appreciation for one another, often stating they feel less alone because of the group.
New members can join any time and there is no predetermined number of sessions or end time.

Coping with COVID-19 Support Community:

The COVID support group gives adults isolated due to the pandemic a virtual space to connect with others about COVID-related and other life stressors.
Any clients who could use some extra support and who are willing to offer support to others are welcome to join. Current group members genuinely care about one another and express gratitude for each other often. We share coping strategies, resources, validation and empathy.
New members can join any time and there is no predetermined number of sessions or end time.

Emotion Regulation Skills Group:

The Emotion Regulation Skills class is a 6-month course designed to introduce and teach concepts related to mindfulness, interpersonal effectiveness, emotion regulation, and distress tolerance. The goal is that at the end of the six months, you will be equipped to effectively manage the intense emotions that you experience and the interpersonal situations that may be contributing to them. In addition to specific skills, we work on developing the ability to identify problematic patterns of behavior and we discuss ways to implement skills taught in class out in the “real world.”

Seeking Safety Support Group:

Seeking Safety is a 6 month program that meets once a week to address unsafe coping strategies related to PTSD, anxiety, depression, and addiction cravings. The goal of this group is to increase awareness that substance abuse prevents healing from PTSD, and to
learn how to replace unsafe strategies with safe coping skills.

Current Adult Group Therapy Schedule

  • NAME OF GROUP
  • Seeking Safety Track I
  • AfterCare / Recovery Skills Support Group Track I (Virtual)
  • AfterCare / Recover Skills Support Group Track II
  • Coping w/COVID-19 Support Community (Virtual)
  • Emotion Regulation (Virtual)
  • Caregiver Compassion / Fatigue Support Group (Virtual)
  • Seeking Safety Track II (Virtual)
  • DAY/S
  • Mondays
  • Wednesdays
  • Mondays
  • Wednesdays
  • Wednesdays
  • Thursdays
  • Fridays
  • TIME
  • 10:30-noon
  • 4-5:30 p.m.
  • 4-5:30 p.m.
  • 1-2:30 p.m.
  • 12:30-2 p.m.
  • 1-2:30 p.m.
  • 3-4:30 p.m.

For more information about our services, contact us today at

1 (505) 884-1114
or get started with our new patient intake process here:
Get Started Today

Our mission at Sage Neuroscience Center is to provide integrated care that empowers those we serve to achieve sustainable wellbeing through our collaborative community of diverse and inclusive healthcare professionals.

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