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Mindfulness Meditation - ongoing-

Arriving Home…In the Here and Now

Thursday evening from 6:00-6:45 pm, ongoing

Mindfulness Meditation Group Practice – • Instruction in Mindfulness Meditation Practice • 10 Minutes initial Meditation • 10 Minutes of Further Instruction and Processing • 20 Minutes of Practice • 5 Minutes of Imparting with Mindfulness

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As You're Ready

A Trauma Yoga Women's Group

Tuesday evening from 5:30-6:30 pm, ongoing

A women's group for reclaiming our hearts through sensation and movement. Through our life experiences, anxiety, depression, stress and/or trauma can often have the effect of leaving ones heart and not being in the present moment with ourselves. Let us invite and allow sensation and free flowing movements to be our doorways back to our true selves. Our intentions to come back home to the self with compassion and tenderness is our entry point for self-discovery, healing and connection of the mind, body, and spirit. Pre-application and registration is required. Pricing for Group Therapy/Yoga Sessions (those which include a Licensed Therapist) can utilize health insurance, if applicable, but will also carry applicable co-payments/co-insurance/deductibles.

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DBT Group for Men

Men's Enhanced Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Services
To Learn More, Call our Office at 732-858-5432 x801

Thursday evening from 7:00-8:00 pm, ongoing

We encourage our clients to accept themselves as they are even as we help them develop the capacity for post-traumatic growth. The program is founded on compassionate, evidence-based care, with traditional DBT techniques. - Expert monitoring & regulation of co-occurring conditions, including substance abuse, eating disorders, self-harm & other emotionally dysregulated behaviors/traumas - Premium DBT treatment protocols: skills group, mind/body program, individual therapy, phone coaching, take-home assignments - Coordination with ICC&C’s complete continuum of care, from psychiatric evaluation to medication management

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INTEGRATED Women's DBT Group

Enhanced Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Services- 4 Key Skills: Mindfulness, Distress Tolerance, Emotional Regulation, Interpersonal Effectiveness

Monday evening or Wednesday evening for 17 weeks

In order to move beyond trauma and depression, a survivor must remember that her life has a purpose apart from suffering. The Enhanced DBT program at Integrated AfterCare is designed to honor the totality of the survivor – not just her pain, but also her joy, wisdom, and strength. The program is founded on compassionate, evidence-based care, combining traditional DBT techniques with clinical yoga and meditation practices. - Expert monitoring & regulation of co-occurring conditions, including substanceabuse, eating disorders, self-harm & other emotionally dysregulated behaviors/traumas - Premium DBT treatment protocols: skills group, mind/body program, individual therapy, phone coaching, take-home assignments - Coordination with ICC&C’s complete continuum of care, from psychiatric evaluation to medication management Insurance Accepted for DBT Skills Groups

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Teen Esteem Yoga Women's Group

Begins May 1 on Saturday mornings and Tuesday evenings

An Empowering, Body Positive, Support Group for Young Women to Learn the Practice of Yoga and Meditation

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The River of Grief and Loss: And it’s Tributaries of Mourning and Complex Bereavement

June 5 or August 7

This workshop is designed for clinicians to further develop an understanding of the complexity of death and grief for clients and families. Central in these ideas is an overview of grief theories, thanatology and complicated bereavement. Emphasis will be placed on Attachment theory and its relationship to loss as well as stages of grief and mourning. A series of case illustrations demonstrating healthy mourning and .complex mourning will be described. Role plays will be practiced to further enhance skills in listening to the difficulties grief presents in a culture that is “allergic” and fearful of loss and its legacy.

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Relapse Prevention Group

Begins May 1, Tuesday Evenings

Learn healthy interpersonal skills, prevent relapse, and learn to live a more fulfilled life