COVID-19 Tele-Support Group for Parents:
Is the stay-at-home mandate wearing you out? Are you experiencing high levels of stress and anxiety as you struggle to be there for your children, teens and other family members?
We can help. The Maple Counseling Center is offering parents a free weekly online tele-support group to help identify solutions for managing the family unit during this unprecedented time.
Our Support Group for Parents Will:
-Provide tools on how to effectively communicate and engage children of all ages during the COVID-19 pandemic.
-Offer a secure and safe space for you to share your thoughts and feelings and get emotional support.
-Help you learn ideas and activities for handling family stress.
-Draw upon your strengths and abilities to help you successfully navigate the difficulties related to the shelter-in-place quarantine.
Please call our Child and Family Program Information Line at 310-271-9999, Ext. 3 if you are interested.
Support Group During
The Maple Counseling Center is now offering a COVID-19 tele-support group to help community members cope with the current pandemic. The group will offer a safe space to share your thoughts and feelings and provide an opportunity to connect with others and obtain emotional support. This support group also provides an opportunity to have human contact during a time that is very isolating for many individuals.
For information, please call 310-271-9999, X5
The Maple Counseling Center’s Group Therapy Program offers ongoing groups that provide personal growth, support, healing, and increased knowledge of self and others. Therapy groups offer a safe space to discuss thoughts, feelings, and life events, and talk about issues that you may not be able to talk about elsewhere.
Some people choose to join a therapy group in addition to individual therapy, and others may wish to try group therapy as a stand-alone treatment.
If you are interested in joining a therapy group, please call The Maple Counseling Center’s group information line; 310 -271-9999, x5. One of our group therapists will call you back to schedule an intake session, and answer any questions you have about group therapy and which group may be best for you.
All groups are moderated by two experienced interns.
Ongoing Groups Include:
Creating Meaningful Relationships
Heal old wounds, resolve old issues, and improve current relationships through the understanding and resolution of early life experiences, and talk about and deal with difficult existential issues such as death, loss, living a meaningful life.
Group I: Ages 40+. Meets every Tuesday 6:20pm- 7:50pm
Group II: Ages 20 – 39. Meets every Wednesday 6:20pm – 7:50pm
Group III: Meets every Thursday 12:00pm – 1:30pm
This group provides an LGBT-affirming, safe, and confidential place for gay men to explore a variety of issues both general and specific to our community, including; managing difficult feelings about self and others, recovery from self-sabotaging behaviors, and shame and internalized homophobia.
Meets Every Tuesday at 5:15pm-6:45pm
LGBTQ+ -affirming group that provides a nonjudgmental, self-reflective, community-building atmosphere for persons identifying as queer, non-binary, trans, bisexual, lesbian, and gay. This group explores gender identity, sexual orientation, self-acceptance, internalized homonegativity, relationships, and vulnerabilities. This group is created for individuals to connect with one another based on the experiences of living in a heteronormative world.
Meets Every Thursday at 6:20pm-7:50pm