Feeling stressed and aren't sure what to do about it?!?!? Come join us in a group learning experience to figure out how to manage even on the worst days!
Who: Professionals in the helping professions (nurses, counselors, first responders, etc.). Limited to 12.
What: Combination of psychoeducation, counseling, and therapeutic exercises to facilitate decreased anxiety, stress, depression, and increases in health and wellbeing.
When: Group #1: Tuesday afternoon 5:30-7:00pm, June 5th through July 10th (6 weeks)
Group #2: Wednesday morning 11:30 am-1:00 pm, June 6th through July 11th (6 weeks)
Where: Renew Wellness Center, 2 Fifth Street North, Suite 202, Great Falls, MT 59401
Cost: $25/session **Ask about insurance coverage**
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Members will be selected based on appropriate fit for the topic and the group dynamics.
Co-leaders: Barbra Nelson, LCPC, Stacy Peterson, LCPC, and Ryan Rominger, Ph.D., LCPC-PIT
Barb’s bio: Barb, an LCPC, grew up in Great Falls and worked as a school counselor prior to venturing into clinical counseling. Barb works with young children, adolescents, and adults, but focuses more on children and adults. Her primary approaches include Ellis’ Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy along with cognitive therapy and mindfulness therapy. Barb is a co-Founder of Renew Wellness Center.
Stacy’s bio: Stacy, an LCPC, has concentrations in both school and clinical counseling and works with a broad developmental range from young adolescents through adulthood. Her approach is primarily focused in Ellis’ Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, although she is versed in many approaches. Stacy is often seen with her therapy dog Mick, who loves interacting with clients. She notes that many clients find petting Mick helps reduce anxiety and stress. Stacy is a co-Founder of Renew Wellness Center.
Ryan’s bio: Ryan is a counselor-in-training working at Renew Wellness Center. He uses an integral therapeutic style, incorporating humanistic, gestalt, solution-focused, mindfulness based and expressive art therapies. Ryan also has a Ph.D. in psychology and has additional prior training in group projective dream work and spiritual direction. Outside of the clinical office, Ryan works as a Higher Education administrator and researcher.