Groups
Revised October, 2016

The following groups are open-ended which means new members can enter at any time oncearranged and scheduled by the group facilitator.  All groups are located at the Kenosha office unless specified as Paddock Lake.

Beat the Blues
A cognitive-behavioral depression group focused on identifying and changing beliefs, attitudes and behaviors which perpetuate depression. Homework is completed prior to each session.
Required workbook $25

Driving the Right Way and Thinking for Good
Groups for OWI offenses aimed at changing thinking and decision making. Homework is completed prior to each session.
Required workbooks $10 each

Filling the Inner Void
A cognitive behavioral substance abuse group focused on changing beliefs and behaviors for successful recovery. Homework is completed prior to each session.
Required workbook $25

Live PROUD(Personal Resiliency through Our Unlimited Diversity)
This group will focus on making affirmative and empowering connections for Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual identifying individuals in order to Live PROUD. The group will provide members the opportunities to process through their journey and realities of living openly, happily, and safely as members of the LGBT community.

MRT (Moral Reconation Therapy)
A cognitive-behavioral group for specialty court participants focused on enhanced moral reasoning, better decision making and more appropriate behavior. Homework is completed prior to each session.
Required workbooks $25

RECOVER (Remove Everyday Challenges and Obstacles for Vibrant Exciting Recovery)
A cognitive-behavioral group for individuals with co-occurring disorders (substance use disorder and psychiatric illness). Homework is completed prior to each session.
Required workbook $25

Stop the Angst
A cognitive-behavioral anxiety group focused on overcoming seemingly impossible situations, worries, and anxieties.  Homework is completed prior to each session.
Required workbook $25

Trauma
A woman centered trauma group that focuses on the following themes: safety, empowerment, and the mind-body connection.

COPE (Consistently Overcome Pain Experiences)
A cognitive-behavioral group for chronic pain.  Topics include: pain education, activity and pacing, relaxation training, cognitive coping, sleep and stress management, and Heartmath Intervention biofeedback.

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The following groups are specific to Opiate Use Disorders.

Parent Support Group
A support and educational group for parents of adult children with opiate addiction.


Staying Quit
An 8-session relapse prevention group. Homework is completed prior to each session. Required workbook $10


Onsite self-help support group meetings
Kenosha Office:

  • Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting, Mondays 6:30PM
  • SMART (Self-Management and Recovery Training) Meeting, Tuesdays 4:30PM
  • SMART (Self-Management and Recovery Training) Meeting, Wednesday 6:00PM
  
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