Group Cost: $50/60 minute session, $65/90 minute session

·      The evening DBT group is co-facilitated by: DiAnne Proctor, Ed.D, LCMHC, CGP & Cristin Cahill, MA, LCMHC

·      If you would like to further discuss what group may best fit your clients needs, please email: or call (603) 578-3820 ext. #1

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Group for Adults Age 18+: Tuesdays 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Individuals often struggle in silence with the following challenges:

·      Coping with transitions (Divorce, death, transistion, loss of relationships)

·      Managing emotions (anger, depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, negative self-judgments)

·      Effectively communicating wants and needs

·      Building and maintaining relationships

·      Working through past events or trauma in the here-and-now

DBT Group helps individuals to address these challenges by gaining skills in the following 4 domains:

·    Distress Tolerance skills help individuals to cope with painful events by introducing skills that will soften the effects of upsetting circumstances. DBT helps individuals to accept, find meaning for, and tolerate distress. It emphasizes learning to tolerate pain skillfully.


·    Mindfulness skills will help individuals to more fully appreciate the present moment while focusing less on painful experiences from the past or frightening possibilities in the future. Mindfulness gives individuals the tools to overcome habitual, negative judgments about self and others.


·    Interpersonal Effectiveness skills give individuals tools to ask for what they need, set healthy boundaries, be assertive, and cope with interpersonal conflict. It focuses on negotiating solutions to problems— while protecting their relationships and treating others with respect.


·    Emotion Regulation skills help individuals to recognize more clearly what they feel with emphasis on observing each emotion without judgment. This results in a more balanced life.



Women's Empowerment Group: Tuesday 3:00 – 4:00 PM

Women often experience day-to-day stressors of social conditioning that affect their sense of self.  This group is designed to help women develop greater self awareness and self acceptance along with skill building to better cope with life stressors. Clients are encouraged to learn about and use their strengths to increase interpersonal effectiveness, set effective boundaries, and maintain greater balance. The group work is done by using a combination of Existential, Psychodynamic, and Cognitive Behavioral approaches.  


Navigating Relationships: Home, Work, & Within: Tuesday, 7:15 – 8:15 PM

Forming and maintaining healthy relationships is an essential component in navigating through life, yet it is not an intuitive process. Many individuals are unclear as to why old relational patterns are continued or why current relationships do not meet their needs and desires. This psychodynamic group helps members to understand prior ways of being in order to practice and prepare for healthy relationships.  


In Relation To Life: Thursday, 3:00 – 4:00 PM

"In Relation To Life" combines Psychodynamic and Cognitive Behaviorial techniques. In a safe, therapeutic environment, group members learn to identify cognitive distortions that are often developed in response to stressful or traumatic life events. Group members are encouraged to challenge their current ways of thinking with newly gained insight and skills that can be used to move toward a more peaceful and balanced way of living.  


Experiential Process Group for Clinicians & Helping Professionals: Every other Wednesday, 5:30 - 7:00 PM

Increased challenges and demands are being placed on those working within the helping fields. Clinicians and educators can benefit from having a setting to process these stressors effectively. This group encourages balance and intentional self care in order to maintain a healthy balance at home, work, and within.  


Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Group for Clinicians: (TBA)

This group meets every other week and teaches clinicians several DBT skills in the four domains; mood regulation, distress tolerance, mindfulness, and interpersonal effectiveness. You will learn how to use these skills in clinical practice and for personal growth and balance.