Our New Group Therapy Sessions Coming Soon!

Learn More About Our New Group Therapy Sessions

Who: Our Group Therapy Sessions are for Adults experiencing Depression or Anxiety

When: Tuesdays at 7PM beginning May 2nd

Cost: $30 per session

Where: Serenity Wellness and Counseling Center
17820 Mound Road Suite B
Cypress, Texas 77433

How: We devote the first part of our group therapy sessions to teaching skills for managing depression and anxiety. These skills are based on Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and cover mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotion regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness. Then, we devote the second portion of the group to sharing with others and receiving feedback and support.

Why: DBT skills have a strong evidence base and are valuable in developing strategies to improve mental health. The benefit of learning these skills in a group setting is that clients are able to get more ideas about how to implement them by hearing from others. Consequently, such a setting provides clients space to discuss their struggles in an environment that’s understanding and well received by their peers. It actively fosters a space for learning, processing, and reflecting on mental health issues while prioritizing collaboration and relationships. Clients share what they have learned from their journey with mental health to benefit and support others. Group therapy can help clients to see their struggles as more universal and feel less isolated.

Please fill out the form HERE to be contacted regarding signing up to be a part of the group.  You will be contacted by Holly with additional forms and information.

Signup Form: https://forms.gle/Qh2vrxhguEiWNLp8A

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