Millennium Counseling offers many different groups throughout the week to meet the ever-changing needs of our clients. Here is a sampling of those groups:

Experiential Groups (Gender specific & Co-ed):

Our experiential groups are designed to help individuals break free of unhealthy thought patterns, beliefs and feelings. Client issues are mixed in these groups. We use a variety of experiential techniques including psychodrama, sculpting, grief expression, anger release work, and music and art therapy.

Men’s Sexual Recovery Groups:

These groups meet weekly and are open-ended. Clients can be in any stage of sexual and relationship addiction recovery. The focus of these groups is to support each member’s recovery path by developing and practicing accountability, honesty and vulnerability.

Partners’ Group

The Partners Group is specifically designed to support women who are impacted by their partner‘s sexual compulsivity. The Partners Group incorporates experiential work, therapeutic processing and psychoeducational interventions. This group provides women with the support and insight needed to find true healing. The Partners Group meets once a week and is open-ended.

Process Recovery Groups:

Our co-ed process groups meet weekly and are open-ended. Although open to all ages, some are geared toward younger adults. An interpersonal process group reduces isolation and allows for vicarious learning between group members. Our groups create a cohesive recovery culture with accountability and positive peer pressure to remain abstinent. All types of addictions are treated: alcohol, drugs, gambling, food, work, codependency, etc. In addition, our process groups address co-occurring disorders, as well as the many interpersonal issues that can enhance or impede recovery.

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Skills Group
(Gender specific & Co-ed):

Our DBT groups are structured to enhance our clients’ capabilities to become more successful in relationships, in the workplace and in life. Clients will learn new behavioral skills and strengthen skills they already possess through mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotion regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness. DBT groups are ongoing and require a 16-week commitment.