Get support to help you manage your wellness via Telehealth groups.
All of our groups at Spectrum Health and Human Services are meant to provide a forum of mutual support between attendees and to allow each member to learn skills needed to navigate life stressors with more ease. Ask your counselor to get linked today!
Monday – Friday
1pm – 2:15pm
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
11am – 12:15pm
3pm – 4pm
Tuesdays & Thursdays
5pm – 6:15pm
Positivity & Gratitude – 1:00 – 1:30 pm
Radical Acceptance – 11:00 – 11:30 am
Maintaining Social Connection – 10:00 – 10:30 am
Coping Skills through Difficult Times – 11:00 – 11:30 am
Relaxation for the Weekend – 1:30 – 2:00 pm
Relapse Prevention Group –to assist each member to learn and build tools to help build their recovery at its early stages and to allow members to discuss stressors, triggers, and coping skills with each other in an effort to prevent potential for relapse
Strategies Group – to help each member build strategies that will assist and sustain them through their recoveries from substance dependence. The group also allows each member to discuss stressors or triggers in an effort to gain helpful feedback from other member to sustain recovery.
Sober Supports Group – to assist member with learning additional skills to help with continued recovery, to provide information for continuing recovery beyond treatment episode.
Co-Occurring Group – to teach individuals the correlation between mental health and substance abuse, to assist individuals with learning skills to cope with both mental health and substance dependence, and provide a forum of mutual support between members.
Mood Disorders Group – to provide a forum of mutual support between members, to teach members a hands-on, practical approach to problem-solving, and to change patterns of thinking or behavior that are behind people’s difficulties, so they change the way the feel.
Stress Management through Mindfulness * (SMTM) – to provide a forum of mutual support between members and assisting members with learning to manage stress through mindfulness activities such as; breathing, mindful eating and guided meditation to use s tools during stressful situations.
DBT Group – to be informational, inspirational, and to provide a community and connections by relating to others. Each member will learn to manage and cope with stressful events, learn awareness of self by identifying trauma triggers and mutually working through stressful events.