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Group Counseling

Group counseling is a setting where 4-8 individuals meet to discuss a shared topic of concern. Group counseling allows for individuals to meet with others who share similar backgrounds or areas of concern. The group format provides individuals with alternative perspectives input from multiple people.
Group counseling is an excellent place to find support for specific concerns or to engage with others around difficulties with relationships and interpersonal dynamics. If you are interested in a group that we are offering, or for more information, please contact Allied Behavioral Health Solutions

 

Current Virtual Groups

Women's Issues

The women's issues group is a place where women can safely and openly discuss their experiences in an environment that is nurturing and supportive  This can include a variety of topics including, relationships, self esteem, trauma, grief and any other issues that are relevant to the group.

Social Skills

The focus of this group is to help children ages 6-10 years old learn conversation, friendships, learn problem-solving skills. The group will practice skills with peers. This goal of this group is to teach children important skills that will help them the rest of their lives by enhancing conversations, learning to take turns, asking for help and many other necessary life skills.

Tween Skills

The focus of this group is to help tweens ages 11-13, learn how to handle tough stuff, how to put their best foot forward and how to find balance. The goal of this group is to provide a safe space for tweens to process and learn together. Through this group they will learn important skills that they will use for the rest of their lives. Here are just some of the topics that will be covered during group:  attitude, motivation, responsibility, conflict resolution, dealing with anger, stress reduction, verbal communication, non-verbal communication, assertive communication, setting priorities and learning how to balance friends, family and self.

Teen Skills

The focus of this group is to help teens ages 14 and older,  learn how to handle tough stuff, how to put their best foot forward and how to find balance. The goal of this group is to provide a safe space for teens to process and learn together. Through this group they will learn important skills that they will use for the rest of their lives. Here are just some of the topics that will be covered during group:  attitude, motivation, responsibility, conflict resolution, dealing with anger, stress reduction, verbal communication, non-verbal communication, assertive communication, setting priorities and learning how to balance friends, family and self.

Managing Anxiety

Virtual group therapy offers a unique opportunity to develop interpersonal communication skills, receive feedback and validation, and process feelings and experiences. Group therapy is focused on creating a safe and trusting environment where shared experiences and connection to others allow group members to express emotions, develop coping skills, and find support. This therapeutic telehealth group will assist members in understanding why we experience anxiety and developing strategies for managing symptoms of anxiety.

Alternative Parents Place for Support (APPS)

The Alternative Parents Place for Support group is a group designed to provide a safe place for parents to process, network and receive resource from clinicians as well as other parents who are experiencing or have experienced the same things as you. Who is considered an Alternative Parent? Foster parents, adoptive parents, grandparent’s who are legal guardians of their grandchildren, kinship care parents, etc. Some of the best support an adoptive, foster, or kinship care parent can receive is from another parent. Through this group clinicians will help parents and carers to nurture attachments with their child(ren). The group will cover topics such as understanding challenges of parenting, therapeutic parenting, as well self care for parents. Clinicians will provide parents with various resources.

 

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Phone: (615) 292-3661

Fax: (615) 292-3662

Address

317 18th Ave N St #200, Nashville, TN 37203
500 Professional Park Dr., Goodlettsville TN 37072

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