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Telehealth Groups

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WBMA, LLC’s SOAR Program for Psychotherapy and Testing is currently enrolling the following telehealth groups. Groups meet weekly and include a maximum of 5 or 6 members. To enroll, please e-mail us >>

Middle School Support Group

Mondays 4:30pm (Middle School)

with Dr. Jaclyn Halpern

Female identifying participants will explore emotional regulation, stress management, and techniques to manage anxiety, sadness, and anger, improve relationships, and navigate life's pressures.

Tween Art Therapy & Mindfulness Group 

Date and Time TBD

with Anna Mills, MS, ATR-BC, LCPAT

Participants will use art therapy and mindfulness techniques to help increase emotional expression, decrease stress, and strengthen resilience in a supportive group setting.

Tween Social Group -

Date and Time TBD (6th through 8th Grade)

with Jeanni Jensen, MA, LCPC

A group for tweens navigating the highs and lows of middle school, and evolving from children into teenagers. Members will connect to share experiences, support each other in addressing challenges, and get to know new friends!

LGBTQQIA+ Young Adult Group 

Time TBD (Ages 18 post-High School through 22)

with Jeanni Jensen, MA, LCPC

A group for individuals who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, pansexual, nonbinary, transgender, queer, intersex, asexual, questioning identity, or as allies to this community. Members will connect to share experiences, practice resilience, develop our best selves, and belong. The group will also help participants navigate emerging adulthood. Members will support each other in establishing independence related to changes in living arrangements, work, school, relationships, and making decisions for the future.

Teen Art Therapy Group

Date and Time TBD (Ages 16-18)

with Anna Mills, MS, ATR-BC, LCPAT

Participants will utilize Art Therapy and Mindfulness for emotional recognition and regulation, self-expression, confidence building, and stress management.

College Student Mindfulness Support Group

Date and Time TBD

with Jeanni Jensen, MA, LCPC

College students will chat and use mindfulness techniques to help them navigate being away from college friends, transitioning back to family life, and dealing with uncertainty about the future. This is a sliding scale support group.

Young Adult Group

Time TBD (Ages 18 post-High School through 22)

with Jeanni Jensen, MA, LCPC

A group for individuals navigating the transition out of high school and into emerging adulthood. Members will support each other in establishing a more independent life: changes in living arrangements, work, school, relationships, and making decisions for the future.

Guided Mindfulness Meditation

Date and Time TBD (Adults 18+)

with Anna Mills, MS, ATR-BC, LCPAT

Use guided meditation to calm your busy mind reduce stress, and increase focus. Led by mindfulness practitioner Anna L. Mills.

Open Studio: Altered Art Books

Date and Time TBD (Adults 18+)

with Anna Mills, MS, ATR-BC, LCPAT

Create your own personal visual diary utilizing Art Therapy. Participants will be able to increase their creativity, express feelings safely, explore life issues, and strengthen their sense of self.

Post-IOP Group

Time TBD (Adults 18+ post-High School)

with Jeanni Jensen, MA, LCPC

A group for individuals who have recently completed an IOP (intensive outpatient) or PHP (partial hospital) program (either following inpatient stay, or independently.) Members will focus on supporting each other in maintaining stability, enhancing wellness, and thriving in everyday life. Prerequisite: Each member must also be seeing own individual therapist; must not be current active safety risk (e.g., needing higher level of care)

Parent to Parent: This Isn't What I Expected

Time TBD (A Postpartum Therapeutic Support Group)

with Dr. Kathryn Jankowski, LMSW

A therapeutic support group for new parents experiencing challenges adjusting to parenthood, including postpartum depression and anxiety. This group offers a safe, non-judgmental space to connect with new mothers/gestational parents and talk about shared feelings and experiences. Parents will learn evidence-based clinical strategies for addressing negative thoughts and feelings, in addition to coping skills and self-care strategies. This group will meet
weekly for 1.5 hours over 7 weeks. Babies (and breastfeeding) are welcome!

For more information and cost please email: hello@wbma.cc.

Harmony: Supporting Families Exploring Gender

with Jeanni Jensen, MA, LCPC

Coming June 1st! WBMA’s SOAR Program is excited to announce “Harmony”: a special 8-week group series for families navigating gender explorations and transitions beyond the cisgender binary. Are you a confused parent whose child just came out to you as transgender? Are you a teen who wishes your family always used your proper pronouns? Then Harmony is the group for you!

This virtual program is a chance to share experiences, learn, and support each other in a safe, therapeutically facilitated space. With overall goals of building understanding, enhancing communication, and increasing effective support among families, group members also benefit from connecting with others who can relate. There will be separate weekly support group meetings for both adolescents and their adults, as well as time for families to all meet together.

For more information please email Jeanni Jensen, LCPC at jjensen@wbma.cc,  or contact SOAR’s director at hello@wbma.cc.

New! Art Therapy Group “Making Connections"

Thursday 6-7:30pm, 6 weeks commitment. (18+)

with Anna L. Mills ATR-BC, LCPAT, LPAT, ATCS 

 Virtual sessions. In this small group setting (max. 8 people), patients will use the creative process to ‘make connections’ that support the changes they wish to see in their life! Creative prompts will be used to explore and identify old patterns that may not be serving them currently. The art process and image will be used to open up new understanding in order to improve coping, relationships, decision making, and identifying what patients value, which can increase happiness. This unique group combines art therapy, Mindfulness Practices, and ACT for a comprehensive opportunity for personal growth and development.