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Participating in Group Therapy offers members the
opportunity for enhanced personal growth and insight
into new strategies for navigating life’s challenges.
Shared Vision Psychological Services offers groups
for children, adolescents and adults.

Please visit our News & Events page about groups that are running right now.

Circle of Security © Parent Training Groups:

Circle of Security™ 8 Week Parent Training is a newly developed parent
education program offering the core components of the evidence-based
and internationally acclaimed COS© protocol.  The Circle of Security ™
project integrates over 50 years of attachment research into highly
successful video-based intervention for parents and caregivers. 
Contact Dr. Heather McRoberts at 630-571-5750 x. 233 to enroll.

Social Skills Groups are geared towards helping children and adolescents understand themselves better in the context of social relationships with peers. A basic focus of group will include developing conversational and group-entry skills, showing interest and empathy toward others, as well as familiarizing group members with how verbal and nonverbal communication influence interpersonal situations. The general goal of this group treatment is to assist in developing a deeper capacity for relatedness that can be translated into more meaningful relationships with others, with peers, at home, and in school.
Contact SVPS Intake Department 630-571-5750 x 224 to enroll in a Social Skills Group.

Women's Stress Management Support Group: This weekly process-oriented therapy group is open to women of all ages who are seeking a supportive, relational environment in which to explore presenting areas of distress and to strengthen each individual's strivings towards desired growth and change. Members participating in group experience this environment as a safe, non-judgmental, and collaborative forum in which they are empowered to enhance self-awareness, insight, and healthy coping strategies. The group consistently maintains a confidential, open-ended format, with discussion topics ranging from but not limited to: relationship challenges, emotional coping struggles, self-esteem issues, work-related stressors, family distress, parenting concerns, social isolation, anxiety, depression, trauma/loss experiences, adjustment difficulties, goal-setting challenges, life transitions, and identity development.
For more information, please contact Dr. Sari Rosenberg: (630) 571-5750, x227