Counseling Groups

Hole In the Soul to a Whole Soul

Are you a teen who feels empty, struggles with complex thoughts and feelings, and is confused about your place in the world? Parents, are you concerned with their mental health? “Hole in the Soul to a Whole Soul” offers hope through bi-weekly group sessions for teens. In this bi-weekly group, you’ll find connections with others like you. This non-denominational group uses a holistic approach to help teens learn new ways to cope and, ultimately, how to accept, appreciate, and love themselves. This program will address relationships, communication, spirituality, addiction, boundaries, mental health, mindfulness, coping skills, and much more. 

This program will address relationships, communication, spirituality, addiction, boundaries, mental health, mindfulness, coping skills, parenting, and more.

This group meets for ten bi-weekly sessions on Mondays from 4:30 to 6:00 PM via Zoom.

Transformation and Transition Through Grief

Support and bereavement groups may play an important role in the emotional well-being of clients as they are confronted with serious illness and/or a loss.  Some participants claim the group gave them an emotional connection when they felt isolated from friends and family.  This group offers information on coping and overcoming these feelings through the exchange of information and offers clients a chance to release powerful emotions they may otherwise keep to themselves. 

Designed to be part psychoeducation and part supportive, this group meets each Wednesday from 12:30 – 2:00 PM via Zoom and is ongoing, meaning you can begin at any time.


Women and Healthy Relationships

This 10-week domestic violence-based psychoeducational women’s group offers a safe place for women to learn about and cope with the symptoms of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder.  Members will also learn to identify the types of and red flags for relationship abuse, set healthy boundaries, provide self-care, build self-esteem, manage anger, effectively communicate, and heal from the abuse they have experienced.  This group can benefit women who are currently involved in or have past involvement with toxic or abusive relationships, whether that relationship is with a partner or spouse, parent, boss, or friend.

This group meets for ten weeks, every other Thursday, from 4:00 – 5:30 PM online via Zoom.

Men and Healthy Relationships

This 10-week domestic violence-based psychoeducational men’s group offers a safe place for men to learn about and cope with the symptoms of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder.  Members will also learn to identify the types of and red flags for relationship abuse, set healthy boundaries, provide self-care, build self-esteem, manage anger, effectively communicate, and heal from the abuse they have experienced.  This group can benefit men who are currently involved in or have past involvement with toxic or abusive relationships, whether that relationship is with a partner or spouse, parent, boss, or friend.

This group meets for ten weeks, every other Thursday, from 4:00 – 5:30 PM online via Zoom.

Most insurances are accepted.  Cash pay and scholarships for qualified low-income clients are available.

To receive additional information or to sign up, please call us at (760) 325-4088 ext. 121 or email [email protected]