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Therapy Groups

The Well-Being Program runs different groups at different times.

Read below for more details on each of the groups and see if it is beneficial for you or someone.

If you have questions or want to join, you can email the office.

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)

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WBP offers a type of group therapy called “CBT” What is this group for? It is for learning how to cope with Depression in one’s life.

What does CBT mean? The C stands for Cognitive, which also means thoughts, while the B stands for Behavioral, and the T stands for Therapy.

The expectation is that participants would attend a group therapy session once a week, up to a minimum of 5 months.

There are four (4) modules each to where we teach lessons, and provide training to group members. These are split into: thoughts; activities; relationships; and emotions.

In each module, participants would attend to learn new skills about thoughts and behaviours that both influence emotions and moods and would learn tips to improve their mood and recognize how their thoughts affect their behaviour and that changes in behaviour will improve their mood.

Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) Group

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Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) helps people learn how to better control their feelings, behaviors, and thoughts.

Clients come every week to individual and group sessions for one year.

Clients learn skills, such as mindfulness, relationship skills, how to control emotions, and how to cope with stressful situations.

Anger Management Group


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The Anger Management Group helps people learn skills to control their anger.

Clients come to group sessions every week for a minimum of four months.

Clients learn skills to help them better control their emotions and actions, feel less angry and more peaceful, and improve relationships.

CONNECT Parenting Group

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CONNECT is a 10-week program for parents of children with behavioral problems or other mental health issues. The program helps parents to understand how their child’s behaviour expresses certain needs and emotions and to develop healthy relationship with their children.