The Relationship Suite Online/Virtual Support Groups
Anger Management Support Group
Do you feel that you can’t control your anger?
Does your anger escalate too quickly and too often?
Is your anger affecting your personal and professional relationships?
Do you feel bad about yourself after an anger episode?
Anger is a healthy human emotion and a natural response to situations that hurt us. But if you have difficulty managing your anger it can be damaging. When you hold anger back and allow it to fester or lash out and attack others, it can lead to unnecessary chaos in your life and/or relationships.
Our 6-week Anger Management Group will teach you effective strategies and tools on how to control and manage your anger.
In Our Six-Week Anger Management Group You will Learn:
How to identify your anger triggers
How to figure out what is really causing your anger
Powerful strategies on how to prevent anger episodes in your personal and professional relationships
How to express anger in a way that leads to constructive conversation
Eliminate angry outbursts and manage conflict through a productive and relaxed manner.
The group offers an opportunity for participants to feel connected and supported, while realizing that they are not alone in controlling their anger. In a safe and non-judgemental atmosphere group members will share experiences, strategies, and resources that will be helpful in managing anger effectively.
The goal of our six-week Anger Management Support Group is to help you express anger in a healthier way. We approach the group from a psychodynamic and cognitive perspective. First, we identify feelings that trigger anger and delve deeper into understanding the feelings underneath the anger. The more familiar you become with your triggers, reactions and the true source of your anger, the more in control you will be of this emotion. Second, we focus on learning major cognitive techniques and strategies on how to manage your anger.
Bonus: You will receive an audio recording and powerpoint at the end of the six week group. When you feel stuck in an anger episode, you can listen to the audio as many times necessary to help control and manage your anger.
Are you struggling to move forward during or after a divorce?
Are you judging yourself as a result of your divorce?
Are you wondering if you could have a healthy relationship again?
Divorce can be traumatic even if you are the one who initiated it.
This six-week group will provide guidance and support to help you navigate through the difficult transition of divorce. You will gain awareness and insights about yourself and relationship issues. You will learn how to manage and process your emotions as you heal, learn valuable lessons and experience personal growth.
The group offers an opportunity for participants to feel connected and supported, while realizing that they are not alone during this difficult process. A safe and non-judgemental atmosphere allows group members to share experiences, strategies, and resources that will be helpful while going through a divorce.
Getting divorced is a hard process even if you are the one who initiates it. If you are the one who wants the divorce, you may be experiencing feelings of guilt, shame or regret. If your partner wants to end the marriage, you may feel angry, abandoned or betrayed. It’s not uncommon for you to feel lonely, lost or scared. Our Divorce Recovery Group helps you process the range of emotions that are common after the ending and loss of the relationship/marriage.
Grief is a natural reaction to loss, and people who experience a divorce go through a grieving process. Allowing yourself to feel the pain of multiple losses as a result of a divorce can be intense and overwhelming. Grieving is essential to the healing process.
Divorce can be difficult depending on the length of time and emotional investment into the relationship. The thoughts and feelings that people generally experience may be rejection, sadness, anger, guilt and other feelings that are associated with the grieving process. Our six-week Divorce Recovery Group helps clients going through the divorce process work through the mourning and healing process and get to a place of acceptance.
Learning important lessons from a breakup or divorce
Our Divorce Recovery Group will help you work on accepting the ending of the relationship and moving on. You will work on understanding how you contributed to the relationship both in a positive and negative way. The more you understand how the choices you made affected the relationship, the better you’ll be able to learn from your mistakes. The goal is to avoid repeating them in the future.
Our Divorce Recovery Group will also help you understand your past relationships in order to be more prepared when you are ready to find love again. Once you are feeling more centered and focused on what you do want in a partner, and aware of the patterns in your past relationships, you may be ready for a new partnership. We help you through this process so you can know yourself and your needs better in order to attract a healthier partner.
Our Six-Week Divorce Support Group will help you move forward with more confidence
Our six-week Divorce Support Group is a safe place for you to identify, express and work through the intense feelings you may be experiencing when you are going through or have experienced a divorce. Participants share challenges and offer support and guidance as you learn how to navigate divorce effectively and figure out how to start rebuilding your life.
Our Six-Week Art of Love and Listening Group for Couples will help to ensure that you and your partner have a strong, healthy relationship — giving you a better chance for a stable and satisfying long term partnership. Even the happiest couples experience stress and conflict, and it’s important to learn how to deal with these issues constructively. The goal of the group is to identify and address any areas of communication issues in your relationship and teach partners effective ways to process feelings, be vulnerable together and discuss sensitive issues.
We will teach you effective exercises to learn how to communicate with your partner. We are passionate to help couples develop communication and conflict resolution skills. It’s important to learn how to implement communication tools in order to nurture and maintain an intimate and healthy relationship.
In a safe and non-judgemental atmosphere the group offers an opportunity for participants to feel connected, share experiences, strategies, and resources that will be helpful in building communication skills.
Bonus: You will receive an audio recording and powerpoint at the end of the six week group. When you feel stuck and are having difficulty communicating in your relationship, you can listen to the audio as many times necessary to practice strategies on how to communicate effectively.