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"Empowerment Through Connection: Group Therapy for Insightful Psychoeducation."

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Want to be able to navigate through life and interact with others in a more positive way? Participating in a psychoeducation group, in particular, is a great way to develop connections with others and learn new skills to assist in many aspects of life. 

Ellen P. Lukens, MSW, PhD.  and William R. McFarlane, MD define psychoeducation as a treatment that incorporates and harmonizes psychotherapy and education. It teaches problem-solving and communication skills and provides education and resources in an empathetic and supportive atmosphere.

Couples Therapy
Group therapy

Haven Point utilizes Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) as a vehicle to teach these skills by focusing on 5 foundational concepts. Wise Mind, Mindfulness, Distress Tolerance, Emotional Regulation, and Interpersonal Effectiveness (which is a fancy way of saying communication skills!) Learning as a group is a great way to find support and become empowered through connection as we all have similar struggles.  

Reach out to find more information about how groups are meeting and when they are available. 

"Unity is vision; it must have been part of the process of learning to see."

Henry Adams - Historian

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