New for Summer 2022!

The Healthy Minds Series:

Learning and Connecting
in a Post-Covid World

Beginning in July, we will be offering several 6-8 week therapeutic courses, which will enhance your resilience and well being.

Both in-person as well as virtual, each group is focused around a specific topic and age range in order to facilitate a vital sense of camaraderie and community among the participants.

The Healthy Minds Series at IPG is not covered by insurance. They are elective courses of specified length designed to provide education, develop skills, and create connection. Participants are not diagnosed or treated for any particular disorder during the courses.
Separate, individual treatment is concurrently available through our therapy services.

1. My Job is Killing Me

Some find their jobs rewarding. For many, work creates occasionally unbearable amounts of stress, leading to burnout, depression and family discord.

Tuesdays/Wednesdays 6:30pm-7:45pm, in-person
Starts July 5th, 8-weeks, Ages 29-45

Tuesdays/Wednesdays 8:00pm-9:15pm, in-person
Starts July 5th, 8 weeks, Ages 30-48

2. The Humiliation of Modern Dating

Bumbling through Tinder, Grinding through Match, totally done with eHarmony, today dating can be incredibly frustrating and discouraging. Get compassionate feedback, learn your own relational patterns, and address your fears.

3. The Teenage Experience

Insecurity, FOMO, Friends and Pressure

Anxiety can be highly isolating. Many teens who experience these conditions feel as though they are alone or “abnormal.” In this course, teens learn how to cope with negative feelings and anger, communicate better and facilitate positive relationship building.

Tuesdays/Wednesdays 6:30pm-7:45pm, in-person
Starts July 5th, 8 weeks, Ages 14-17

Tuesdays/Wednesdays 8:00pm-9:15pm, in-person
Starts July 5th, 8 weeks, Ages 18-28

4. Unplugging

Halting Phone & Social Media Addiction

Learning together with others who struggle similarly how to develop a healthy balance between your relationships with others and with your screen.

5. Grief and Loss

And things have never been the same since.

Have you experienced the loss of a loved one recently, or even a long time ago? Many of us have. We are often left feeling alone, as if no one understands our pain. This is an opportunity to explore the long lasting effects of loss and grief alongside other people facing similar loss.

Mondays, 7:00pm-8:30pm, in-person
Starts July 11th, 8-weeks, Adults 18+

Thursdays 5:00pm-6:15pm, in-person
Starts July 7th, 8-weeks, Adults 18+

6. Your Inner Bully

Learning How to Tame
Your Anxiety

Procrastination, perfectionism, and paralysis: try standing up to your anxious critic, using strength in numbers.

7. So You’re Saying it’s My Fault?

DBT Skills Group for Young Women

Relationships have gone bad way too often. I know I sometimes overreact, but sometimes they’re the ones who overreact! How do I tell the difference??

Wednesdays, 6pm-7pm, in-person
Starts July 13th, 8-weeks, young women ages 17-25