Through our supportive and cohesive group therapy program, clients begin to heal their wounds in a safe, non‐judgmental environment. Many of our clients comment on how the group therapy process has allowed them to feel less isolated in their struggles. For many, their group experience is often the first time in their lives that they feel as if others can relate to and identify with the issues that brought them to treatment. Our groups also help clients build interpersonal mastery and provide them an avenue to resolve conflicts in a healthy and healing way. We have seen clients flourish in group therapy, as they learn for perhaps the first time to trust and share without fear of shame or judgment. Therapeutic Oasis offers a wide variety of groups throughout the year.
Benefits of Group Therapy
- Identify with others who are going through similar experiences or struggles.
- Give and receive support in a friendly and non-judgemental environmment.
- Strengthen communication and social skills.
- Learn valuable skills and gain insight from peers.
- Build healthy relationships.
Group Therapy at Oasis
DBT Skills Group
Our Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Group teaches you to live your life in a mindful way. Participants learn valuable skills to help regulate emotions, handle distress, and decrease interpersonal conflict. Participants will work on the four modules of DBT: Mindfulness, Interpersonal Effectiveness, Distress Tolerance, and Emotion Regulation.
DBT Multi-Family Group
Multi-Family Group offers age appropriate curriculum for both teens and parents. Teens not only learn valuable DBT skills, but have the opportunity to bond with peers. This program accommodates local school schedules.
Process Groups provides a caring and supportive space where clients can bond with one another and embark on their journey toward self‐discovery. These groups offers a place where clients can build relationships, laugh and have fun, support one another with compassion, and learn from the wisdom of others.
Through our mindful eating model, clients begin to connect with the thoughts, feelings and behaviors that feed their disordered eating process. Our extensively trained nutritionist and staff help support, encourage and guide clients as they begin their journey to cultivating a new relationship with food.
Our expressive and experiential groups utilize imagery, dance, music, psychodrama, poetry, storytelling, movement and visual arts to foster growth and healing.