Group Therapy

Teen Empowerment for Girls

This group is for girls ages 14 to 17 and will help them learn about their strengths of personality to help them to make good choices, avoid peer pressure and deal with bullying.

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This group is led by Marianne Salkind, Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing Therapist (EMDR) AND Dottie Kelly, Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) Registered Nurse (RN, Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing Therapist (EMDR)


For more information or to register, contact Dottie Kelly:  267.897.3327

Coping with an Addicted Family Member

This group is facilitated by two therapists with extensive experience in the field of addiction.  The group is for adults who are trying to cope with an addicted family member. The first part of the group will focus on psycho-education topics including understanding the disease of addiction and the impact on the family.  We will discuss how families can learn how to support and yet not enable their addicted family member, always with the goal of recovery. Most importantly, you will learn how to take care of yourself while trying to cope with the disease of addiction. The second part is dedicated to group member sharing.
This group is led by Maureen McGurk, Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Certified Alcohol Addiction and Drug Counselor (CAADC) AND Jane Daniels, Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). Master’s in Family Therapy (MFT)
We hope that you will join us.
Jane Daniels and Maureen McGurk

For more information or to register, contact Maureen McGurk 215.230.3727 OR Jane Daniels 215.406.7713

Managing Time for Sports & the Rest of Your Life

For high school and college student-athletes

Learn  to recognize and address the causes of stress in your life. Be able to lift the weight of all or your responsibilities and obligations. Acquire time management tools that can help you happily succeed in school, sports and your everyday life.

As the school year begins, take advantage of this opportunity to be able to achieve your own level of ‘healthy stress’.

This group is led by Baille Jones, MS, MA, NCC, LPC Specializing in Sports Psychology Counseling

For more information or to register, contact Baille Jones : 267.272.5320

Social Skills for Ages 7 to 11

For kids on the Autism Spectrum, along with kids who carry diagnoses of PTSD, ADHD, ODD, Anxiety, and Depression.

These sessions provide intensive and fun social skills training to take out into society for children with and without diagnoses.

This 5 week program offers an opportunity for kids on similar functioning/developmental levels to engage with one another, while playing games, learning new skills, and having snacks! Sessions address learning & practicing how to: Read nuanced social cues, Join with peers in conversation and play, Manage anxiety that often holds kids back, Have reciprocal conversations, Have active listening skills, Take turns, be patient, and be a gracious loser.

This group is led by Samantha Wascow, MSS, LCSW, TF-CBT certified, CT trained

For more information or to register, contact Samantha Wascow: 215.515.8177

Parents of Kids Exposed to Trauma

For parents of kids who have been impacted by trauma (sex and abuse) and kids who have been sexually abused.

These sessions focus on learning how to cope with and manage trauma, using CT skills. Support & psycho-education for non-offending parents and caregivers of kids/teens who have been sexually abused

This group is led by Samantha Wascow, MSS, LCSW, TF-CBT certified, CT trained


For more information or to register, contact Samantha Wascow: 215.515.8177

DBT Dialectic Behavioral Therapy

For adolescents who are struggling to control their emotions and behaviors

DBT skills teach adolescents to: • Regulate their emotions and behaviors •  Reduce problem behaviors and increase skillful behavior • Experience a range of emotions without necessarily acting on those emotions  •  Improve relationships with family, school and peers. This group will be open to both males and females from the ages of 13-18 y.o.

The initial 6 weeks: 2 weeks starts with orientation and mindfulness skills 4 weeks on Distress Tolerance Skills module.

*This is a 6 week group in a series of ongoing groups. After 6 weeks, clients can continue acquiring skills from the DBT model as we continue to focus on Mindfulness skills, Emotion Regulation Skills and then Interpersonal Effectiveness Skills.

This group is led by Lisa Hallahan, Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)


For more information or to register, contact Lisa Hallahan: 610.733.9194