Seeking Safety Psychoeducation Group

Seeking Safety is an evidence based program that was designed for people with a history of trauma and/or addiction.

  • Trauma may mean a distressing event such as a child abuse, major accident, combat, domestic violence, natural disaster, etc.

  • Addiction may mean a destructive use of alcohol, drugs, gambling, food, shopping, etc. 

 

This group focuses on coping skills to help you become more safe in your relationships, thinking, and actions.

Source: Lisa M. Najavits, PhD, the developer of Seeking Safety (June, 2018).

Details 
Thursdays at 6:30pm Online 

Cost: $45 Per Session

Discount for those who sign up for all 10 sessions  

Dates:

September 2nd-November 11th

(Every Thursday)
 *No session on 9/23

Participants can sign up weekly for groups they want to attend. 
 

 

*Group participants must be:

  • at least 20 years old

  • fluent in English

  • have a history of trauma

  • engage in risky/negative coping behaviors OR have a history of substance abuse

Our Seeking Safety group will cover 10 areas, each representing a safe coping skill relevant to trauma and substance problems. Below is the group schedule:

9/2 - Week 1: Introduction/Safety
9/9 - Week 2: PTSD: Taking Back Your Power
9/16 - Week 3: Detaching From Emotional Pain (Grounding)

9/23 - NO GROUP SESSION
9/30 - Week 4: When Substances Control You
10/7 - Week 5: Asking for Help
10/14 - Week 6: Creating Meaning
10/21 - Week 7: Setting Boundaries in Relationships
10/28 - Week 8: Healthy Relationships
11/4 - Week 9: Healing from Anger
11/11 - Week 10: Self-Nurturing

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Muriel Radocchio, LCSW

Group Leader