Examples of Group

 

Group: Group facilitator will conduct Moving Forward group to help member identify and overcome common barriers to progress.

Group: Group facilitator will conduct RCCS group to help participants improve their ability to manage strong emotions such as anger, frustration, and disappointment.

Group: Group Facilitator(s) will conduct Coping Skills and DBSA (Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance) Groups to help participants form connections with peers, recognize they are not alone, share experiences, and celebrate accomplishments.

Group: Group Facilitator(s) will conduct Coping Skills and DBSA (Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance) Groups to help participants form connections with peers, recognize they are not alone, share experiences and solutions, and celebrate accomplishments.

Group: Group Facilitator(s) will conduct Moving Forward group to help participants identify and overcome common barriers to progress (in both real-world settings and within TAO, where moving from higher to lower acuity teams is based on successful application of skills outside the program).

Group: Group Facilitator(s) will conduct Moving Forward group to help participants identify and overcome common barriers to progress.

Group: Group Facilitator(s) will conduct Moving Forward, Sports Talk, and similar groups with the goal of encouraging social interaction, practicing conversation skills, developing insight into the process of recovering from adversity, and the value of support from peers.

Group: Group Facilitator(s) will conduct Moving Forward, Sports Talk, Let’s Vent, and similar groups with the goal of encouraging social interaction, practicing "give and take" conversation (balancing speaking with listening), and learning how to express interest in what others are saying without interrupting them.

Group: Group Facilitator(s) will conduct Moving Forward, Sports Talk, and similar groups to encourage peer-to-peer interaction, allow participants to become acclimated to group settings, and help develop greater self-confidence in social situations.

Group: Group Facilitator(s) will conduct Moving Forward, Sports Talk, Let’s Vent, and similar groups with the goal of encouraging social interaction, practicing "give and take" conversation (balancing speaking with listening), and learning to recognize and interpret non-verbal communication by others in the group.

Group: Group facilitator will conduct COEG (Co-Occurring Education Group) to help participants improve their ability to manage strong emotions and learn about the relationship between substance abuse and recovery from mental illness.

Group: Group facilitator will conduct COEG (Co-Occurring Education Group) to increase participants’ awareness of how substance use interferes with their recovery from mental illness.

Group: Group facilitator will conduct COEG (Co-Occurring Education Group) to help participants gain a better understanding of the relationship between substance abuse and recovery from mental illness.

Group: Group Facilitator will conduct DBSA group (Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance) to help participants form connections with similarly-diagnosed peers, recognize they are not alone, share experiences and solutions, and celebrate accomplishments.

Group: Group Facilitator will conduct Moving Forward group to help participants identify and overcome common barriers to progress (in both real-world settings and within TAO, where moving from higher to lower acuity teams is based on successful application of skills outside the program).

Group: Group facilitator will conduct RCCS and COEG (Co-Occurring Education Group) group to help participants improve their ability to manage strong emotions and learn about the relationship between substance abuse and recovery from mental illness.

Group: Group facilitator will conduct RCCS group to help participants improve their ability to manage strong emotions such as anger and anxiety.

Group: Group facilitator will conduct RCCS group to help participants improve their ability to manage strong emotions such as anger and frustration.

Group: Group facilitator will conduct RCCS group to help participants improve their ability to manage strong emotions such as anxiety without the use of substances.

Group: Group facilitator(s) will conduct COEG (Co-Occurring Education Group) to increase participants’ awareness of the relationship between substance abuse and recovery from mental illness.

Group: Group Facilitator(s) will conduct Coping Skills and DBSA (Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance) Groups to help participants form connections with peers, recognize they are not alone, share experiences, and celebrate accomplishments.

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