Enhance the healing process with communal support and supplemental education
Timeless Therapy proffers structured groups focused on providing on-going support and developing essential skills in a group setting. Participants are screened to nurture a safe environment, and personality dynamics are carefully matched to ensure that attending individuals are appropriate for that particular group.
Our supportive, clinical-based groups bring together people who are undergoing similar experiences and struggles. Typically, groups help people who have already engaged in some degree of individual work and are looking for ongoing peer support. Support groups also provide individuals with socialization elements and fresh perspectives. By sharing and immersing themselves in each other’s experiences, members can continue to learn and achieve growth.
“Although the world is full of suffering, it is also full of the overcoming of it.” —Helen Keller
Example support groups include:
- Male and female support groups
- Victims of chronic pain
- Caregivers coalition
- Dealing with separation or divorce
- Grief and loss
- Addicts and family members of addicts
Our educational groups are goal-oriented and focused on a specific learning topic. The aim is to develop essential, nuanced skills to help you accomplish goals or address challenges in your life. Under the guidance of a qualified expert, the group will come together to learn a particular concept and practice given tools.
“Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.”—Malcolm X
Example focus topics include:
- Parenting issues
- Relapse prevention
- Communicating with a difficult teenager or adolescent
- Growing into a blended family unit
- Social skills for children challenged with navigating the social scene
- “Let’s get grounded together”; learning techniques in meditation and mindful practice to facilitate a balanced life
- Welcome Friends: A social skills group for children diagnosed on the spectrum.
- What’s It Like For You?; A sibling support group for families with a child on the spectrum.
If you are interested in a particular support group or workshop topic, please contact us to express your interest and learn more.