Counseling Groups Boise, Idaho

Group counseling holds many benefits that are often overlooked. This format helps members improve their lives in a supportive and structured environment. This dynamic allows individuals to work with others who are sharing similar struggles which encourages validation and understanding. Group counseling also helps to develop social skills and new relationships that provide a stronger sense of self. Most importantly, group counseling offers a tremendous amount of perspective that helps individuals reflect on their situations. It’s important to know that you’re never alone in your struggles and that people are always supportive of you. If you haven’t before, consider trying out group counseling to find balance in your life.

To sign up for our group counseling sessions, call today.

208-378-0014

Registration now open for Summer 2021 Groups

Couples and Addiction Recovery: Restoring Hope in Your Relationship.

This is an interactive group intended for couples in recovery from drugs and/or alcohol. Materials will be used from the Couples and Addiction Recovery curriculum from the Gottman Institute.

Anticipated group outcomes include:
· A brief overview of addiction and its effect on relationships
· Improve conflict management skills
· Heal from the aftermath of addiction
· Move toward wellness as individuals and as a couple

Registration is limited. Reserve your spot by calling us at (208) 378-0014.

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Couples and Addiction Recovery Group Flyer

A Poetry Therapy Group for Caregivers

What:          A caregiver is someone who provides care to a person in their family, a loved one, or someone in the community. Caregivers contribute so much to helping others, yet often their own emotional and mental health needs are left unchecked. This group is intended to help caregivers refill their own stores to better serve the people in their care. Poetry therapy is a gentle way for caregivers to express their emotions using guided poetry exercises, share with other caregivers, and heal.

Who:          Anyone who lives in Idaho and cares for someone else. Examples include a spouse caring for their loved one with a chronic health condition like dementia, cancer, or diabetes; a parent caring for their child with a disability, or an adult child that provides support for their parent.

When:       2:30 to 4 p.m. Tuesdays, (six weeks)

Where:       Online through The Counseling Center at Tree City Church’s secure telehealth platform. Requirements: a computer, laptop or tablet with a camera and microphone; stable internet or broadband; a notepad and pen.

Cost:          $150 – Registration

Registration is limited. Reserve your spot by calling (208) 378-0014. Payment is due at time of registration.

Caregiver Poetry Group Flyer