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Current Types of Group Therapy We Offer at Bristol Health

At Bristol Health, we have different types of group therapy that are focused on specific conditions. 

Come and learn evidence-based tools in a group setting focused on successfully managing anxiety and depression, creating shame resilience, and increasing self-confidence through Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and other types of therapy modalities. 

ACT is an experientially focused process that contributes to your ability to observe and accept life’s positive and negative experiences and live life more aligned with your values. A manual will be provided to help you fully understand the skills being taught in your group therapy sessions.

Current group therapy classes

Confident Living Teen Group (ages 14-19)

Thursdays 4:00pm - 5:30pm

This group will focus on building personal self-confidence, handling peer pressures, and acquiring skills to deal with anxiety and depression.

Confident Living Adults Group (20 and older)

Thursdays 6:00pm - 7:30pm

This group will focus on building personal self-confidence and acquiring skills to deal with anxiety and depression 

Cost

You have two different payment options. You can prepay for the sessions, or you can pay for each individual session. 

  • Prepayment options: 
    • $450 for the 10 session course
  • $50 per class

In addition to the session costs, there is an enrollment fee of $20, which will include your manual and learning materials. 

Outline For 10-Week Group Classes
  • Week 1: Introduction to Each Other and ACT: Getting Out What You Put In
  • Week 2: Understanding Shame vs Guilt: The Truth About Yourself
  • Week 3: Your Thoughts are not Reality: Observing Thoughts vs Believing Them 
  • Week 4: Diffusion: Create Symbols of Internal Experience Using Art Supplies
  • Week 5: Getting Unstuck: The Peace That Comes From Acceptance
  • Week 6: Mindfulness: The Peace That Comes From Being Present 
  • Week 7: Observe Your Own Experience: Your Observer Self
  • Week 8: Life According to Your Values: Putting Your Latter on the Right Wall 
  • Week 9: Committed Action: How to Behave According to What Matters Most  
  • Week 10: Wrap up: Slowly Making Changes That Will Last

Upcoming Group Therapy Classes

Here are some upcoming group therapy classes we will be offering this year:

The Heart of Parenting: April 13th – May 20th, 2025

Discover the transformative power of the renowned 5-step parenting method by Drs. John and Julie Gottman. Say goodbye to common parenting pitfalls such as yelling, bribing, belittling, nagging, or snapping at your child through our enriching group therapy sessions.

Join a community of like-minded parents as you hone the art of emotional coaching, fostering healthier and more fulfilling parent-child. Elevate your parenting journey with proven strategies and supportive peers.

This class is geared towards parents who are seeking to: 

  • Understand effective responses to a child's sadness, anger, or fear.
  • Recognize emotions as chances for connection and teaching.
  • Acquire skills to establish clear, consistent limits while guiding your child in problem-solving.

Classes will be held from April 13th through May 20th on Saturdays from 10:30 am - 12:00 pm. 

Cost

There are two different ways you can pay for the class. You can pay for each individual class, or you can pay for all six sessions of the course at once.  

  • $50 per class
  • $275 for the 6-session course

What is group therapy?

Group therapy is a collaborative and structured therapeutic approach where individuals with common concerns come together to share, learn, and support one another. Led by experienced and compassionate therapists, our groups provide a safe space for personal growth and healing. 

At Bristol Health, our groups are psychoeducational. That means they are focused on teaching tools and learning, along with sharing experiences and building rapport with other members. 

Participation is encouraged and completely voluntary. 

The Benefits of Group Therapy

Group therapy offers a unique platform where people battling the same mental health condition come together under the guidance of a trained professional. 

This shared platform not only encourages interaction and understanding but also provides comfort and support, helping you realize that you are not alone in your journey towards mental wellness.

  • Shared experiences: Participants can relate to one another's experiences, realizing they are not alone in their struggles, which can reduce feelings of isolation. 
  • Emotional support and understanding: Group therapy provides a built-in support system where individuals can encourage and empathize with each other, fostering a sense of belonging. 
  • Diverse perspectives: Participants gain insights from others who may have different perspectives and coping strategies, broadening their understanding of their own challenges. 
  • Social connection: Interacting within a group setting helps individuals develop and enhance social skills, communication, and interpersonal effectiveness. 
  • Normalization: Seeing others facing similar issues reduces stigma and normalizes the challenges individuals are experiencing, promoting a sense of acceptance. 
  • Feedback and validation: Group members can offer feedback and validation, providing different viewpoints and helping individuals recognize the validity of their feelings and experiences. 
  • Cost-effectiveness: Group therapy is often more cost-effective than individual therapy, making mental health support more accessible. 
  • Learning opportunities: Participants can learn from each other's successes and setbacks, gaining valuable insights and coping strategies for their own situations. 
  • Motivation and accountability: The group dynamic fosters motivation, as individuals may be inspired by the progress of others, and there is a sense of accountability to the group. 
  • Skill building: Group therapy often includes specific skill-building exercises or activities that participants can practice and apply in their daily lives. 
  • Hope, inspiring, and safe environment: The group setting, facilitated by a trained therapist, provides a safe and structured environment for individuals to explore and express their thoughts and emotions. 

Who Can Benefit from Group Therapy?

Group therapy is suitable for individuals facing various challenges, such as anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship issues, and more. It provides an additional layer of support for those seeking connection and understanding. 

Embrace the power of community at Bristol Health and take a step towards personal growth and collective healing through our group therapy offerings.

Start Group Therapy at Bristol Health

If you're interested in learning more about Group Therapy, we invite you to get in touch with Bristol Health at (801) 903-5903 or request an appointment to embark on an extraordinary journey of healing.  

1125 W. Center St.
Orem, UT 84057

Fax: (801) 515-0935

If you are struggling and need someone to talk to right now, the resources below provide free and confidential assistance 24/7:
Suicide & Crisis Lifeline: 988
https://988lifeline.org/

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