Behavioral Health Groups

Behavioral Health Groups are designed to help members improve and maintain their health, prevent disease, and lead meaningful, satisfying lives.

For most of us, knowing what to do isn’t the problem. Doing it consistently over time by making it our lifestyle is.

 “Knowledge is necessary, but insufficient for Behavioral Health.”

We teach scientifically supported techniques, based in behavioral learning principles, to give clients the skills and information necessary to keep putting their knowledge into action, time and time again.

How many of us have successfully dieted for a time, only to find ourselves right back, or above our earlier weight? Who has managed to leave one toxic relationship, only to end up in another? How many of us have found ourselves engaged in the very bad habit, just this morning we set out to eliminate? Who is afraid of failure or rejection because they may lead to being alone, that we avoid connecting at all, only isolating ourselves more?

This is where cognitive behavioral tools, the support of group, and intervening group leaders can help. Members learn to behave according to what they want long-term, not simply what relieves pain or brings pleasure in the moment. This is no small task, and physical and emotional burnout are enemies of this change, which is why a regular Behavioral Health Group may be the support that can help.

Whether you are trying to maintain the progress you have made on your own, develop new behaviors, or eliminate bad habits- our Behavioral Health Groups are a good place to start. Making good habits a lifestyle is the way to health.

Some areas that can be addressed include:

  • Cardiac rehabilitation
  • Weight loss/maintenance
  • Depression management
  • Anxiety management
  • Eliminating bad habits
  • Role transitions
  • Relationship issues
  • Procrastination
  • Perfectionism
  • Work issues
  • Stress management
  • Compulsions
  • Time management
  • Communication skills
  • Emotional intelligence

Contact me here if you have questions about starting Therapy