People need people – for initial and for continued survival, for socialization, for the pursuit of satisfaction. No one – not the dying, not the outcast, not the mighty – transcends the need for human contact.
- Irvin Yalom
Group works. In studies comparing group psychotherapy to individual therapy, group therapy has been shown to be as effective and sometimes even more effective than individual counseling.
Dr. Stone has been working with families, couples, and individuals as a marriage and family therapist for almost 20 years and uses groups to create a healing space towards growth and recovery for a variety of issues. Current group offerings are listed below. For all new group participants who are not also an individual client at Unstuck a 50-minute initial assessment session is required. All group members are expected to maintain confidentiality of what is shared in the group.
Unstuck offers several different types of groups throughout the year. Check here for current group therapy offerings.
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New groups begin when a required minimum number of participants have registered.
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These groups are offered to give support and education on specific topics and for distinct populations. These groups are offered online to individuals living in any location. Each group begins once they fill to a minimum number. Contact Unstuck at firstname.lastname@example.org to join a group or to ask questions.
The goal of the group is to offer a supportive environment where a group of parents can grow, receive insight, strategies to help with parenting issues. The groups will have four components each week: 1. A warm-up (time of coming together and connecting 2. Parenting information--a discussion on a specific parenting strategy that is taught 3. Experiential activity that puts the strategy to action 4. A time of problem solving that is called "Parents Helping Parents". The groups use an approach integrating social learning, cognitive behavioral and developmental theory as well as research that aims to equip parents with the skills and confidence. Groups last for 6 weeks and are $50 per week.
These groups are designed to offer a group therapy experience including psychoeducation and support to certain presenting issues. Each group is offered to individuals living in the states where the clinician leading the group is licensed. Each group begins once they fill to a minimum number. Contact Unstuck at email@example.com to join a group or to ask questions.
We learn "coping" skills as children in order to survive painful situations. Sometimes those painful situations include having parents who were not emotionally available. Unfortunately, those same skills you learned to survive as a child often become harmful to your wellbeing as an adult. You deserve to heal. You deserve to grow. You can choose to lean into spaces where you can develop a new way of relating to yourself, to others, and to your parents. Perhaps due to mental illness, physical illness, their own trauma, substance abuse, or other reasons your parent or parents could not..and cannot... be responsive to you emotionally. You are not too much. You are not too needy. Join us in a space where you will gain support, encouragement, and practical skills for how to change patterns in your life that are holding you back. This group lasts 10 weeks and is $50 per week.