Support Group

Support Groups

 

Our current support groups are listed below. We add new ones from time to time so check back! And check out The Hub's regional list of peer support groups here. There are groups for individuals who are struggling and groups for their family & friends who are also affected.

Teacher Support Group

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Adolescent Support Group (High Schoolers)

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Making a SMART Move (Young Adult Group)

Every Wednesday from 4 - 5 pm

Dealing with anxiety as a result of school shootings, test results, peer pressure and family issues can be tough!  In this support group, learn how to:


·         Identify external and internal stressors

·         Deal with family and peers

·         How to maintain grades during these issues

·         Keep yourself safe in unsafe situations

·         Find your voice

Every Wednesday from 7 - 8 pm

In this group, teachers and other school support professionals will have an opportunity to come together in a supportive environment to lend and receive support, learn coping tools, and build resilience.

A Supportive Hug

SMART Recovery (Adult Group)

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SMART Friends & Family Group

Support Group Session

Alzheimer's Support Group

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Every Other Thursday at 10 am via zoom

Our Alzheimer caregivers’ support group is a lifeline for families.  It is a place to turn to for advice and encouragement to help feel connected and give caregivers a sense of belonging and purpose.  The group helps put our own experiences living with dementia in perspective and provides support and encouragement to move beyond a diagnosis.  We share feelings confidentially, make friends, get help navigating the health care and legal systems, and learn from one another.
To learn more call us at 203-227-7644.

Every Monday from 5pm-6pm

SMART Recovery Family & Friends is a free weekly support group to provide people with the tools they need to effectively support their loved one, without supporting that  person's addictive or harmful behaviors. SMART F&F is based on the CRAFT model, which is effective at helping someone acknowledge they need treatment. This weekly group will help you develop the coping skills you need and allow you to regain your peace of mind. Facilitated by our wonderful counselor, Karen Krupnik. Zoom: https://smartrecovery.zoom.us/j/99346638064 

Mondays from 4pm-5pm

Looking to break free of negative self-talk or harmful habits, or to cope with anxiety or addiction? SMART Recovery can help. SMART Recovery is a free facilitated weekly support group where you will learn practical psychology-based tools and gain social supports to help you create successful, long-term, changes in your life. SMART Recovery teaches you how to: build and maintain the motivation to change; cope with urges; manage your thoughts, feelings and behaviors; and ultimately live a balanced life. This group is facilitated by our talented counselor, Karlene Barnett. Zoom: https://smartrecovery.zoom.us/j/95712470696 

Every Wednesday, 5pm-6pm

Looking to break free of negative self-talk or harmful habits, or to cope with anxiety or addiction? Making a SMART Move can help. Making a SMART Move is a free facilitated weekly support group where you will learn practical psychology-based tools and gain social supports to help you create successful, long-term, changes in your life. Making a SMART Move teaches you how to: build and maintain the motivation to change; cope with urges; manage your thoughts, feelings and behaviors; and ultimately live a balanced life. This group is facilitated by our wonderful counselor, Karlene Barnett. Zoom: https://smartrecovery.zoom.us/j/95712470696