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Support Group Meeting

Group Therapy

Group therapy is a form of psychotherapy where several people meet together to discuss and work on their individual issues with guidance from a trained therapist. It provides a supportive and safe environment for people to share their experiences and learn from each other. Group therapy can be especially helpful for individuals struggling with grief, addictions, and depression.


Formation Counseling Center offers Grief, Art, TCK and Story groups on an on-going basis. Please see below for a listing of groups and contact us if there are no dates listed to see when the next one will begin.

Story Group

 A story group invites you to engage the themes of your life within the context of a supportive and facilitated environment. Through group work, you will receive encouragement and wisdom as you seek to understand, write, tell, and live your story in deeper and more transformative ways. This group is based on the Allender Center methedology of Narrative-focused trauma care.

TCK Support Group

Are you a third culture kid looking for a community to connect with? Join our support group where you can share your experiences and meet others who understand what it's like to grow up in multiple cultures. We offer a safe space to discuss the challenges and joys of being a third culture kid. Sign up now and be a part of our global family. 

Art Therapy

Art therapy group is a safe and supportive space for individuals to express themselves through art. Our experienced therapist provides guidance and encouragement as participants explore their emotions and experiences through various art forms. Join us to discover new ways of self-expression and personal growth.

Grief Support Group

Grief can be a difficult and isolating experience. Join our grief group and connect with others who understand what you're going through. Our supportive community offers a safe space to share your feelings and receive comfort and encouragement. You don't have to face this alone.

Healing shame requires our being vulnerable with other people in embodied actions. There is no other way, but shame will, as we will see, attempt to convince us otherwise.

Dr. Curt Thompson

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