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Wellness Skill-building Groups

Stress Resilience Skills Group

The Stress Resilience skills group is aimed to help you become more resilient so that even in this stressful world you can work and live with energy and focus.   We will discuss how to better attend to your body, thoughts, and emotions with increased awareness and healthier choices to create healthier habit loops.  This process will include instruction and exercises that you can tailor to best suit your life.   Specific learning will include how to expand your Window of Tolerance, increase Self-Compassion, and map and change Negative Feedback Loops.   These practices can help you better manage a broader array of stressful situations and emotions to allow for clearer thinking, more effective self-regulation, healthier habits and improved well-being. This group runs for five weeks. This group will meet Wednesdays at 3pm beginning November 2nd. The group will meet on the following dates: November 2, 9, 16, 23, and 30. Register here.

ADHD Management Skills Group

Being diagnosed with or having symptoms of ADHD as an adult comes with its own set of challenging experiences and emotions for trainees who are already managing and juggling multiple demands. During this four-week skills group, you will learn about the inner workings of ADHD, focused on executive functioning and self-regulation; explore challenges in daily life, work, family, relationships, and other areas; and learn evidence-based, practical strategies – aimed at the body and mind– to support you with participating in your meaningful work and personal activities. This group is for anyone who has been diagnosed with or may suspect that they have ADHD. This 4-week group will meet Wednesdays at 1pm beginning November 9nd. The group will meet on the following dates: November 9, 16, 23, and 30. Register here.

Anxiety Management Toolkit Skills Group

Anxiety is a common emotion that we all experience at some point in life. There are several internal and external stressors that can cause us to feel anxious. We may feel anxiety about our performance, making decisions, having a difficult conversation, or what other’s may think of us. Despite how common anxiety is, it can cause us emotional dysregulation, unhelpful thoughts, or even a physiological response. This 4-week skills group will help you build tools to cope with anxiety so that you are in the driver seat when dealing with anxiety. This group will meet Thursdays at 10am beginning December 1. The group will meet on the following dates: December 1, 8, 15, and 22. Register here.