Category Archives: group therapy

Seeking Safety– You Are Not Alone

  Seeking Safety is a manual driven treatment for PTSD and addiction, developed by Dr. Lisa Najavits. It was originally designed for use with all female groups, but has since been used with a wide variety of different populations. Over … Continue reading

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Even If You Could Get a Sanity Transplant…

There would be a shortage of donors. I love doing group therapy. The things that groups come up with are so great. I’ll take some time at a later date to write about group therapy and its benefits, but one … Continue reading

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“Tis the Season…”

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You Are Not Alone

One of the things I like about all the 12-step groups out there is that none of them (to the best of my knowledge) was ever started by a professional trying to help lay people. The grandaddy of all 12-step … Continue reading

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