Group Therapy at MindWell NYC
Are you having a difficult time regulating your emotions, managing relationships, or identifying your goals?
This 24 week group includes the full DBT skill set of mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotion regulation, interpersonal effectiveness, and middle path skills. We will teach you skills to identify and regulate emotions, decrease problem behaviors, gain and maintain healthy relationships, identify goals, and build a life worth living.
Wednesdays 6:30 PM
Group leaders: Drs. Rachel L. Hutt, Ph.D. and Rebecca Berger, Ph.D.
Thursdays 6:00 PM
Group leader: Dr. Monica Ierardo, Ph.D.
If you will be joining a skills group you, will need to purchase the Skills Training Handouts Book. You may also be interested in getting more familiar with the ideas and skills of DBT before starting, and this is a great place to start. Please click here to purchase.
DBT Graduate Group
Looking for additional support after completing a DBT program? Do you want help applying the DBT skills in a group setting?
This group is for people who have completed at least one cycle of comprehensive DBT and are looking to maintain gains and have continued support in a group setting. We will practice mindfulness and follow a client-driven agenda to problem solve situations that come up in your lives. Distress tolerance, emotion regulation, interpersonal effectiveness, and middle path skills will be reviewed as needed based on the topics of discussion.
Every other Wednesday 6:30 PM
Group leader: Dr. Rebecca B. Skolnick, Ph.D.
DBT Multi-Family Skills Group
Would you like to improve communication in your family and spend more pleasant time with your teenager?
During this 24-week group, your child will learn skills to help manage their emotions so they do not engage in problematic behaviors to cope. We will teach them skills to identify and regulate emotions, decrease problem behaviors, gain and maintain healthy relationships, and identify goals. You and your child will also learn skills to validate yourselves and others and to apply rewards and consequences appropriately at home.
Mondays 5:30 PM
Group leaders: Drs. Monica Ierardo, Ph.D. and Rebecca Berger, Ph.D.
The Daring Way™
Are you experiencing self-doubt and feeling stuck? Are you tired of striving for perfectionism? Is there an area of your life where you want to make changes, but are afraid to try?
During this time-limited, 8-week group based on the work of Dr. Brené Brown and as part of The Daring Way™ program, we will explore giving ourselves permission to move towards the life we want, challenge unhelpful beliefs about vulnerability, and gain clarity about our values that will help us to move forward. We will learn and practice mindfulness and self-compassion and cultivate courage through a curriculum rich with creativity and skills-based work. If you are a woman interested in daring greatly in your own life, this group is for you. Join other brave NYC women on this journey.
Daring Women: Daring Greatly
8 weeks on Tuesdays 4/9/19 - 6/4/19, 6:00 PM, no group on 5/21/19
*Limited space available. Please contact Dr. Jessica Renz for sign-up and let her know you are interested in The Daring Way™.
Group leader: Dr. Jessica Renz, Certified Daring Way™ Facilitator-Candidate (CDWF-Candidate)
For more information about MindWell NYC’s program, please click here.
Further information is available at www.thedaringway.com.
Acceptance & Commitment Therapy Skills Group
Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT) is an evidence-based treatment designed to help you let go of what cannot be changed and take steps towards creating a life you want to live. This 10 week group will teach skills dedicated to accepting what is difficult and committing to living life in a personally meaningful way.
10 weeks on Thursdays starting 2/7/19
*Please contact Dr. Rebecca Berger for sign-up and let her know you are interested in the ACT group.
Group leader: Dr. Rebecca Berger
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy Group (MBCT)
Do you worry about depression coming back? Would you like to learn more about mindfulness?
MBCT is an evidence-based treatment used to help prevent depression from coming back and to help people experiencing chronic unhappiness. In this 8-week MBCT group, we will teach you how to change your relationship to challenging thoughts and how to participate more fully and non-judgmentally in the present moment. You will learn to increase your awareness of small pleasures around you, reduce focus on the past and future, and more!
Group leader: Dr. Rachel L. Hutt, Ph.D.