Adult Mental Health Outpatient Group

Discover a group specifically for individuals experiencing symptoms of depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, difficulty coping with life’s stressors and/or pursuing a goal of long-term recovery or sobriety. Our adult mental health outpatient group helps you learn with, and from, people with similar concerns. This group allows you to pursue your goal of a healthy, fully engaged life, alongside others with the same aspirations.

Our weekly mental health outpatient therapy group is also a great place to learn about yourself, improve interpersonal relationships and address feelings of isolation, shame, depression or anxiety. Our providers use a wide range of evidence-based treatment approaches, all person-centered and based on your individual needs. We’ll work with you, and each member of the group, to help you identify and achieve true recovery.

Adult Mental Health LGBTQIA+ Outpatient Group

This weekly outpatient group provides a safe and supportive setting and encourages expression of feelings, thoughts and opinions connected to sexuality and orientation.

Not all LGBTQIA+ adults experience emotional stress because of who they are. You will still benefit from participation in a group with other queer folks and allies dealing with issues and challenges that can bring anyone into therapy.

The group is here to support LGBTQIA+ individuals who struggle with depression or anxiety, are exploring their identity, examining their substance use or just need support. This group offers a place for LGBTQIA+ individuals to connect with others who share similar challenges.

Adult DBT Outpatient Group

Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) is an evidence-based treatment approach, meant to help you address mental health concerns like trauma, anxiety, depression and Borderline Personality Disorder. In a group setting, four main sets of skills — mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotion regulation and interpersonal effectiveness — can help you and others create the change you want to see.

Through dialectical behavior therapy, you’ll learn to recognize — and appreciate — all the ways you currently pursue recovery. With a team of clinicians, and a supportive group community, behind those efforts, you’ll be able to make further changes that result in deeper growth.

Adult Seeking Safety Outpatient Group

Seeking Safety is an evidence-based treatment for trauma, substance abuse habits, self-harm behaviors and emotional dysregulation. The group maintains a primary focus on establishing and sustaining safety.

Each week, you’ll cover one of several topics that addresses relevant skills. These skills might include:

  • Grounding
  • Asking for help
  • Compassion
  • Safe coping strategies
  • Honesty
  • Healing from anger

We also offer groups specifically for women in recovery, who might benefit from a safe, supportive environment. This skill training enables female group participants to better regulate emotions and subsequent actions. Women can enjoy a safe place in recovery from substance abuse, as you continue to grow into your sobriety.

Adult Grief and Loss Outpatient Group

Grief is one natural response to loss. We grieve the loss of our relationships, physical health, even the death of a loved one or pet. Sometimes we grieve the loss of objects, like the loss of a home. Bereavement journeys are unique to each individual, and we all cope in different ways.

Though the grief process is unique for each person, all grieving individuals share common ground, including a range of emotional reactions. Grief can cause symptoms like depression and anxiety, leaving an individual feeling as if they cannot cope. After the experience of a loss, it is common to need support and understanding from others who have experienced a similar loss.

This support group is meant to offer individuals a platform for ongoing support, encouragement and a “listening ear”, all from the safety of an accepting environment.

Pregnancy & Early Motherhood Support Group

Pregnancy and motherhood are exciting experiences that can prompt new stressors and varying emotions. Mothers are typically provided with resources and classes on how to care for their babies, but little attention is given to their self-care. There are frequent check-ups for the baby after birth, but often there is little support for mothers during this time. While motherhood is a joyous experience, it can also be unexpectedly challenging. This group will provide mothers at different stages of motherhood an opportunity to connect with other women, discuss the physical and emotional changes that occur, and learn how to cope with stressors brought on by pregnancy and parenthood.

Topics may include, but not limited to:

  • Coping with mental health during pregnancy up to 3 years postpartum
  • Adjusting to your new identity
  • Creating balance and self-care
  • Addressing stressors

Parent Support Group

Thursdays at 6pm — The Parental Support group will help parents or caregivers who are navigating changes in a loved one’s mental health and barriers within mental healthcare systems. This group is a great option for parents with a child in treatment who need additional support and guidance as their child works through their mental health or substance use concerns. In addition, this group can be a great support for those parents who are currently or have struggled with providing insight into their child’s mental health care.

Adult Dance Movement Therapy Group

Fridays at 10am — The Dance Movement Therapy (DMT) group will allow individuals to express themselves through dance movement therapy with the intent to help support mental, physical, and spiritual health. The goal of this group is to reduce stress, and to promote self-esteem, self-awareness, communication skills, and healthy relationships.

Substance Use Recovery Groups

This weekly substance use recovery group offers education for all members, helping familiarize you with all aspects of the healing process. You’ll benefit from peer support and motivation, helping you maintain your recovery goals. This group utilizes evidence-based practices and the support of a communal environment, to together teach healthy coping skills. Learn to manage daily stressors without the need for unhealthy substance use.

Our substance use recovery groups offer options for adults, young adults, and female-only programs. Our women’s recovery group discusses issues specific to women in recovery, including balancing life obligations, coping skills and the importance of connection while avoiding triggers. Similarly, our young adult group emphasizes the challenges associated with recovery at a young age, helping you find social activities to improve support.

The process of substance use recovery is about more than stopping addictive habits; you’ll also learn how to live a healthy, productive, meaningful life. We utilize mindfulness training, person-centered therapy, CBT, DBT and other therapeutic modalities to help make positive change permanent.

Gather with your peers in a supportive, non-judgmental environment to discuss setbacks, celebrate victories and together pursue lasting change.

Turn sharing into healing

Everyone will face obstacles in life. However, that doesn’t mean you need to face them alone. Join one of our group therapy programs today, and benefit from a community of like-minded individuals going through similar challenges.

Depending on what you’re seeking from group therapy, our programs may be ideal to help you navigate the challenges you face. We work with adults and adolescents (age 14+) to help you earn or restore the life you deserve.

Recovery can start today.

Getting Started

It’s simple to begin the process with Pyramid Online Counseling:
1 – Click “Get Help”

Create a Pyramid Online Counseling account and then answer a few basic questions about yourself.

2 – Schedule an Appointment

Based on your answers, we will match you with appropriate therapists who meet your needs.

3 – Begin Your Therapy Journey

Your remotely-located mental healthcare provider will meet with you through our confidential, HIPAA-compliant software platform, and will schedule follow-up care as needed.