Sano Counseling Center offers culturally competent, sensitive therapists to help you through life’s troubles. Be at ease knowing your therapist knows social justice and diversity issues. Sano Counseling Center proudly treats individuals from all backgrounds, genders, ethnicities, religions, and sexual orientations.
Sano Counseling Center offers a wide range of services, including psychoeducation, online therapy, counseling, addiction therapy, intensive outpatient therapy, couples therapy, recovery coaching, EMDR, and group therapy.
Hearing from and sharing your experiences with others who have had similar experiences will be profoundly helpful in the healing process. Group therapy creates a guided setting where you can build a supportive network to help your recovery.
Some of the benefits of group therapy include:
At Sano Counseling Center, we currently offer four therapy groups. Group fees are collected every month. Your self-investment is $225 per month.
Here is a list of our current group therapy sessions:
This group is designed for men who struggle with sexual compulsion problems. It is a therapy group that uses focal conflict theory while integrating mindfulness-based intervention to help its members improve relationships with significant people in their lives and manage their addictive disorder. This group provides a safe, confidential, and shame-free environment for men to share their struggles – and successes – with other men going through similar difficulties. Members will learn accountability to themselves and others, gain support to work in a recovery program, receive insights into past trauma and pain, have opportunities to share their stories and learn how to live a healthy lifestyle.
The hardest part of becoming unstuck is reaching out to others for help. Some women understand, relate, and can help guide you toward healing and growth. Work with other women in a safe, trusting, therapeutic environment, and empower yourself now. This process group utilizes cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness, and focal conflict theory. Margaret Guzman, AMFT, facilitates this group.
Healing is not a linear journey. Sometimes, it can feel like a labyrinth that never ends. At Sano, we are here to walk the healing path with you, navigating all that life throws at us as a friend who cares. We will meet you where you are with acceptance, not judgment, and see you through until your time in therapy ends.
Call, email, or go online to contact us for enrollment in the group that’s right for you.