Help yourself and others in group therapy while benefiting from the support of other people with similar experiences. Group therapy can take many forms since its focus is based on the needs of the group members. In general, the creative arts therapist helps the group members talk with and learn from each other about how to handle common problems.
The creative arts therapies give voice to groups through expressive art materials, music, movement and role play. When words are not available for expression or communication of difficult feelings, the arts can speak instead. It is a language without words, offering a means for individualized and unique personal expression. Both the art itself and the process of creating art can provide children and families with a non-verbal avenue to communicate, problem solve, express self and emotions, and positively cope with difficult experiences and life changes.
Let us support you and your family through compassionately creative counseling and arts-based psychotherapy services. Contact us to schedule a consultation.
Identifying & Changing Unhelpful Behavior
Learning and Practicing New Skills
Providing Help Through Positive Feedback
Reducing Feelings of Loneliness & Alienation
Groups can offer support and a sense of community for those having difficulty with underlying issues that can manifest as and/or be related to:
Anxiety & Stress
Grief & Loss
Most group therapy sessions contain members at different stages of the therapy process which can be extremely beneficial for all members. Seeing people who are recovering is inspiring to those at the beginning of the process and helping and sharing information with others in the group can boost self-esteem and confidence.
We do not accept insurance for group therapy. We accept self-pay clients at varying rates per session, depending on the therapist, and group focus and length. Please call our office with any questions at 847-477-8244.
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During the scheduling process, we will ask questions to match you with the therapist who will best meet your needs including service type, emotional symptoms and availability.
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GROUP THERAPY FAQs
How do I get started with therapy?
Help is just a few easy steps away. Schedule an Appointment or call 847-477-8244. Visit our How to Get Started page for answers to your questions.
How can therapy help?
Almost anyone can benefit from therapy. It is a supportive process for personal growth and self-improvement. Many scientific studies show that therapy is a helpful way to learn more about yourself, improve your range of coping skills, and learn how to deal with life’s stressors more effectively. Get Started.
Is creative arts therapy covered by insurance?
Yes! We accept most major insurance plans and are in-network with Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO and Cigna. We also provide out-of-network services.
How often do I need to come in?
Therapy is kind of like fitness – the more you put into it, usually the more you benefit. Our clients tell us that at least one session per week is most helpful to them. Of course, coming more or less often is also an option. Questions? Contact Us!
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Let us support you and your family through compassionately creative counseling and arts-based psychotherapy services. Give us a call today to learn more about creative arts therapy (art therapy, music therapy, drama therapy, dance/movement therapy, expressive arts therapy) in the Downers Grove, Hinsdale, DuPage county and Chicago area! Feel free to call us at (847) 477-8244 or email us.
We are located in Downers Grove and frequently see clients from Downers Grove, Aurora, Bolingbrook, Burr Ridge, Countryside, Darien, Elmhurst, Glen Ellyn, Hickory Hills, Hillside, Hinsdale, LaGrange, LaGrange Park, Lemont, Lisle, Lombard, Naperville, Oak Brook, Oak Brook Terrace, Oak Park, Riverside, Villa Park, Warrenville, Westchester, Westmont, Wheaton, Willowbrook, Woodridge, and Western Springs.
Counseling and arts-based psychotherapy for individuals, groups and families looking for help with children, adolescents, stress, relationships, motherhood, creative parenting interventions, life transitions, trauma, anxiety, depression, divorce, grief/bereavement, autism, communication, caregiving, terminal illness, and career counseling.