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Testimonial:

No one ever taught us to 'Fight Fair' before. We discovered that it was how we talked about our differences not our differences that were tearing us apart.
-- Sally in Schaumburg  

Group Therapy at
the Ardent Center

In group therapy, you will be joined by a small number of individuals (usually 6-8) and one or more experienced group leaders.

Many find the experience of giving and receiving feedback, listening to others as well as sharing their own story and receiving support to be a healing experience.

You will see yourself through others eyes in a safe environment, and your experience will help you feel less alone.

Your group therapist will be there to guide you and help you apply the growth and learning to creating change in your day-to-day life.

Each group member has committed to offer honest, responsible feedback and use others feedback to uncover old, ineffective ways of relating. This process is also a way to learn to appreciate your strengths and resilience.

Group Therapy In The Midwest (Illinois & Iowa)

The thought of group therapy can be intimidating, but once someone feels safe in this type of environment, it becomes an unparalleled opportunity to observe and learn about yourself in interaction with others.

How many times have we wondered what other people really think of us? How many times have we made assumptions about how other people perceive us?

Get in with the group!
Call (888) 870-1775(888) 870-1775

Group therapy is a safe and constructive place to learn about yourself and break through old patterns of thinking and interacting, so you can change the way you relate to the world.

Group therapy helps people learn about themselves and improve their relationships. It addresses feelings of isolation, depression, anxiety, and helps people make significant changes to enhance the quality of their lives. Group therapy can be a tool to better understand conflicts in your life. Even more, it will help you to see better ways of moving beyond those conflicts in your interactions with others.

At Ardent Counseling Center, we offer ongoing group therapy. Contact us to find out what groups are currently being offered.

 



Make an appointment today by calling us on (888) 870-1775(888) 870-1775 or by filling out our Contact Form.

Meet Our Counselors
Dr. Scott Terry

Dr. Scott Terry

Marriage and Family Therapist

Director, Founder, & Clinical Supervisor

  • Intensive couples retreats
  • Concierge counseling services
  • ADHD
  • Couples counseling
  • PTSD & TBIs.

 

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