Adults

Support Groups

Learning new coping skills help ease the burden of struggling with challenges.

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Feel less alone with your personal concerns when you share your honest and open feelings without judgement in a safe and nurturing environment.

What makes a good support group? Feeling heard, valued and validated. Everyone is welcome to join our compassionate support groups to help you improve your coping skills during challenging times.

Offerings

Widows and Widowers: You Are Not Alone
With Judy Brauner, LCSW Therapist
A bereavement group for those recently widowed.  This is an opportunity for you to share your feelings with others that understand.  Judy Brauner will help you talk about the changes in your family life, social relationships and sense of self. Make friendships that will help you heal.
Reservations required, call Esther 201.408.1456.
6 Tuesdays, 6/21-7/26, 3:30-5 pm, $40/$50
Sponsored in part by the Edwin S. Soforenko Foundation

Strength To Strength Virtual
Facilitator: Jeffrey A. Berman, MD, FA, SAM
A support group for parents, whose children (ages 15-25) are dealing with issues of addiction, psychological disorders and/or co-occurring issues. A safe and confidential environment.
Wednesday evenings twice a month at 7:30 pm. 
Call Esther at 201.408.1456 for more information and to register

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