Psycho-educational Harm Reduction Therapy Group

Meeting Details
Start Date: June 20, 2022
End Date: August 15, 2022
Meets Every:
  • Monday

  • 5:30
  • pm
  • - 7:00
  • pm
  • Group Held:
    This group meets virtually
    Virtual Platform
  • Zoom
  • Communication Mode
  • Voice and Video
  • Practitioner Location


    San Francisco CA

    Last Modified: Jun 15, 2022

    Description

    The 8 week Introductory psycho-educational Harm Reduction Therapy group is for those who are new to Harm Reduction.
    Group members will learn about the philosophy of harm reduction and help identify effective harm reduction techniques that work for them. They will also work to identify and help navigate the feelings are associated with alcohol and other drug use. CBT, DBT, self-compassion and mindfulness are used to teach coping skills. This group will implement modest goal setting and exploration around the ability to adhere to set goals.
    Assessments are being scheduled now for the upcoming group.

    Group Details

    Group Ideal For
  • Adults
  • Wanting to work through the following issues
    • Addiction
    • Alcoholism
    • Substance Abuse
    • Substance Use
    Approaches
    • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
    • Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
    • Harm Reduction
    • Mindfulness Based Therapies
    • Motivational Interviewing
    Virtual Platform
  • Zoom
  • Open to People Who Live In
    California
    Ongoing Group
    No
    Accepting New Members
    Yes
    Number of Participants Allowed
    10
    Register Here
    https://www.youruletherapy.com
    Number of Group Sessions
    8 Sessions
    Participants Asked to Attend
    All Sessions
    Communication Mode
  • Voice and Video
  • Insurance Accepted
  • None
  • Fee
    $250 per assessment, $75 per session
    Sliding Scale
    No

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