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Psychoeducational Group

September 7-September 30

Are you currently in individual therapy and looking to expand your knowledge of the effects of trauma in order to more effectively work through your trauma?

Our trauma psychoeducational group provides deep understanding of the complexities of trauma. In this group, you will learn about how trauma affects your body, brain, sense of self, and your relationships. We are currently enrolling for our September 7th group.

*PLEASE NOTE: This is a trauma educational group, not a process group.*

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WHAT IS PSYCHOEDUCATION?

Psychoeducation is an evidence-based therapeutic intervention for patients and their loved ones that provides information and support to better understand and cope with illness.

PSYCHOEDUCATIONAL GROUP OVERVIEW

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GROUP DETAILS

Start Date: September 7th

End Date: September 30th

Time: Every Tuesday & Thursday

from 5:00-6:30pm.

Duration: Four Weeks

Cost: $90 per session

Group Size: 8-12 people

Online Meeting

GROUP STRUCTURE

-Primarily lecture with some open-ended discussion.

-All sessions will be online

-The group will be lead by enCOURAGE Trauma Center

co-founder Noblet Davidson, LCSW& Czarina Azzam, PHD.

Open Notebook

TOPICS COVERED

-What is Trauma?

-Attachment

-Self and Relationships

-Dissociation & Self-Destructiveness

-The Brain

-Depression & PTSD

-Emotional Regulation (Coping)

-Hope and Trust

How to Join

To join this group, please submit a form below and our program coordinator will contact you to complete enrollment.

If you have any questions, contact us at 832-582-5844

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