Experiential Process Groups

"New beginnings are often disguised as painful endings." – Lao Tzu

Women’s Trauma Recovery Group

A dynamic trauma recovery group led by a trauma-informed care practitioner 
that focuses on core issues developed through a variety of settings including single incident trauma, complex trauma, domestic violence, and dysfunctional family dynamics. This process group will provide a powerful environment while experiencing support through relationships. All types of abuse (physical, mental, financial, psychological, & emotional) will be addressed and the goal will be to experience growth, insight, and support in group setting. There is power in knowledge and connecting with finding others going through similar issues. Nobody can define trauma for another person.

"Trauma creates change you DON’T choose. Healing is about creating change you DO choose." – Michelle Rosenthal

Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACoA)

Being affected by the cycle of addiction is devastating.


During the last 30 years a great deal of research has been gathered by families as they gather to assist the member suffering from addiction. Discoveries have been made about distinct issues experienced by children that were raised in an alcoholic home. This group will focus on recovering your identity and healing the blocked paths to self understanding.


Research has shown that several common traits of personality are molded in a special way by living with an alcoholic parent. Some children of alcoholics feel that the bad things that happened to them were deserved and the good things that happened to them were either mistakes or accidents. These adult children will acquire the characteristics of alcoholics, even if they never drink themselves. They can be in denial, develop poor coping strategies, have an inability to problem solve, and form dysfunctional relationships. Often they are more comfortable living in chaos than in peace.

The cycle of addiction is devastating, come rebuild your resilience and value your own recovery!

Common traits of Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACoA)
Chronic Depression/anxiety
Lack of self-confidence / Low self esteem
Inability to sustain intimacy

Chronic Need to please
Constant need for validation
Inability to identify feelings, wants, needs
Difficulty being assertive
Fearful of expressing true feelings
Emptiness/ Dissatisfaction with achievements even if successful
Repeated negative cycles in relationships

High Conflict Divorce/Custody/Parental Alienation Group

For the last few years there has been a growing population of those that have experienced toxic
effects in the family relationships due to high conflict divorce issues. This is a process group that
will focus on how to navigate the issues of co-parenting, family court situations, custody issues, and
parental alienation. Training in New Ways for Families had provided tools and techniques to function in this challenging season of your life. Trained by Bill Eddy, LCSW, co-founder & developer of the High Conflict Institute


“Children deserve a childhood free from the stress of their parents’ conflict, and parents deserve to love and be loved by their children. An attachment-based model of parental alienation represents an important step in creating a solution to the family tragedy of parental alienation in high-conflict divorce.” Dr. Craig Childress

“Healing yourself is connected with healing others.”

Call today for more information today – You don’t have to take the journey alone!

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