Group Telehealth
Services

You do not have to go it alone. Through our comprehensive group programs, you can have the support and tools you need to make it through life's challenges. 

Join one of our telehealth groups today!

Group therapy from the convenience of your own home! All group referrals need to come from a therapist. If you're interested in joining a group, please let your therapist know. You can also call your local office or our main number at 828-837-0071, or fill out the online referral form. Group members must have an active Yearly Assessment, Treatment Plan, and Crisis and Intervention Plan. We look forward to seeing you, so sign up today! 

Overcoming Depression and Anxiety

The purpose of the group is to help diminish feelings or symptoms of depression and anxiety, decrease the duration of time you experience depression and/or anxiety, teach strategies of coping, and help group members feel more in control of their lives.  

This group is not taking new clients at this time.

Mondays at Noon, led by Jessica Tewell, LCSW, LCASA

Recovery Rocks

The purpose of this group is to help lessen the impact of substance use disorder symptoms in everyday life, to decrease the severity and frequency of symptoms, to teach strategies for coping with long term substance use disorder recovery, and to offer support throughout the recovery process.

Thursdays at 4 pm, led by Paul Gaddis, LCSWA, LCASA

 

Overcoming Grief

The purpose of this group is to learn and practice coping strategies to lessen the negative impact of grief associated with loss, death, trauma, and/or life circumstances in a supportive and accepting environment.

Thursdays at 3 pm, led by Jennifer Davis, LCSWA

 

Partners in Parenting

The purpose of this group is to engage members in discussions around child development and to help them come up with new and appropriate parenting skills and techniques that can be used with children of all ages.

Mondays at 3 pm, led by Amanda Allen, LCSWA

 

Trauma Recovery Group (Seeking Safety)

The purpose of this group is to reduce the effects of trauma by developing healthy coping skills to create safe relationships, behaviors, and emotions.

Thursdays at 4 pm, led by Sydney Hart, LCSWA

 

LGBTGEQIAP+ Support (Seeking Safety) MH and SA

The purpose of this group is to provide support to individuals who struggle with negative views of being in the LGBTGEQIAP+ community and help manage symptoms of trauma and substance abuse they have as a result.

Fridays at 4 pm, led by Angela Krempasky, LCMHC

 

 

Overcoming Co-Occurring Disorders (Anxiety, Depression, ADHD targeted)

The purpose of this group is to help members manage the symptoms of Anxiety and Depression through the vehicle of learning to manage symptoms of ADHD. This group will be focused on using CBT as a guide to help the members learn about and develop skills Depression, Anxiety, and ADHD.

Fridays at 4 pm, led by John Pruett, LCSW, LCASA

 

Co-Ed Seeking Safety - MH and SA

The purpose of this group is to provide support for individuals who struggle with trauma and/or substance abuse issues.

Tuesdays at 4 pm, led by Angela Krempasky, LCMHC

 

Illness and Recovery Management

The purpose of this group is to learn to manage anger effectively, stop violence or the threat of violence, develop self-control over thoughts and actions, and receive support from others.

Wednesdays at 2 pm, led by Helen White, LCSWA

DBT Mindfulness Skills Group

The purpose of this group is to learn DBT skills, specifically mindfulness and relaxation skills to help manage mental health symptoms as they arise throughout your day.

Thursdays at 2 pm, led by Amanda Allen, LCSWA

 

Domestic Violence (with a focus on DBT skills)

The purpose of this group is to utilize DBT skills to help recover and overcome from the challenges they have after witnessing and/or experiencing

domestic violence.

Fridays at 11 am, led by Kaitlyn Moore, LCSWA

 

Behavioral Therapy Skills Training (CBT/DBT)

The purpose of this group is to help members learn CBT and DBT skills to help them in learning to identify, challenge, and change their negative thought patterns as well as challenging their own negative beliefs about themselves.

Tuesdays at Noon, led by Bethany Stalcup, LCSW