groups

EMERGE GROUPS provide a safe environment in which you can experiment with new behaviors, improve skills, and receive feedback from others with similar concerns, experience and interests. The GROUPS at EMERGE focus on varying skills and themes. All GROUPS provide a safe space that allows members to feel less isolated as they work through challenges, discover that their struggles are shared by others, provide multiple perspectives on issues, and provide an ideal means for practicing and learning new interpersonal behaviors. Our GROUP Programs offer both help and hope. If you are a current client at EMERGE please speak to your clinician for a referral for this group. Payment for these groups can be discussed with our Client Registration Office (insurance is accepted).  

To find out more information on our GROUPS, or to register, please call our office at 800-621-5207 or visit our online registration.

  • Unchained

    Empower change within body and mind through movement, breathe work, and mindfulness


    For adults- weekly meetings- 8 weeks long.  

    Group Leader, Ryan Steedly, M.A., LPC

    • Utilize movement through yoga to help recognize and process unresolved trauma
    • Learn the importance of mindfulness, being still in mind and heart, and experience Christ through meditative prayer
    • Learn guided breath work to help ground and tune into a sense of focus and calm. 
    • Prior yoga experience is not needed to participate in this group.  Please bring a yoga mat if you have one.  
  • Reclaiming, restoring, rejoicing!

    A substance addiction recovery group for women 18 and older


    Group Leader, Claire L. Gau M.A., LPCC, LICDC


    STARTS July 25, 2018, every Wednesday 6p-8p

    • Grow in a deeper personal relationship with God
    • Gain an understanding of underlying co-occurring challenges
    • Grow in self-assessment and personal abilities
    • Enhance and develop skills to promote continued recovery


    Register Today!!!


  • mending emotions

    Learn coping skills through Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and artistic expression


    An 8 week group for adolesents, age 13-17.

    For start dates and times, please call.


    Group Leader, Ryan Steedly, MA, LPC


    Mending Emotions Resources


    "When the teenager feels overwhelmed by negative feelings, non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI) can be an effective, although harmful, strategy to stop or reduce these negative thoughts and emotions.”

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2695720/


    "Each year in the U.S., approximately 2 million U.S. adolescents attempt suicide, and almost 700,000 receive medical attention for their attempt (AACAP, 2001).”

    http://www2.nami.org/Content/ContentGroups/Illnesses/Suicide_Teens.htm


    "Depression and other mood disorders co-occur quite frequently [with eating disorders]. (Mangweth et al., 2003; McElroy, Kotwal, & Keck, 2006).” https://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org/general-information