Workshops, Screenings and Groups
Therapy Group Opportunities
Most insurance companies assist with payment for therapy services, including group therapy. To inquire about costs, or schedule an appointment, please call 540-564-5960.
Adolescent Doing Better Today
Ages 13-18. Teaches skills for mindfulness, emotion regulation, distress tolerance and interpersonal effectiveness. Teens learn to replace problem behaviors with more adaptive ways of coping with distress. Meets once a week.
Adult Doing Better Today
Ages 18 and older. Teaches skills for mindfulness, emotion regulation, distress tolerance and interpersonal effectiveness. Individuals learn to replace problem behaviors with more adaptive ways of coping with distress. Meets once a week.
Adolescent Substance Abuse Group
Ages 13-18. For those whose use of drugs or alcohol is interfering with personal safety, achievement and healthy family communication.
Ages 18 and older. For those who identify themselves as dependent on substances, are committed to abstinence and wish to work on their recovery. Meets morning and evening.
Prevention, Awareness, Intervention and new Skills (P.A.I.N.) Management Group
This eight week workshop is designed to help individuals learn ways to cope with chronic pain associated with migraine headaches, fibromyalgia, and muscle tension. Individuals will learn how to use CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Skills) to lower stress, identify triggers that lead to pain and tension and develop effective coping strategies that can be applied to daily life. For information contact Sandra L. Weaver, LCNS
at Sentara Behavioral Health at 540-564-5960.
Adults explore how to make changes that support health and reduce concerns about their alcohol or drug use. Changes are driven by the participant’s wishes, and all levels of change are supported. Quitting is not required to join this group.
Support Group Opportunities
Spousal Loss Support Group: This group offers adults who have lost a spouse or partner time to share stories and experience support, care and strength for the journey through grief.