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Coping with Triggers

April 30 @ 3:00 pm-4:30 pm

The Coping with Triggers group is a process-oriented group that helps clients learn to identify the people, places, things, and situations in their lives that trigger them to engage in unhealthy behaviors. As Carl Jung once said, “One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light, but by making the darkness conscious.”

This group will provide a supportive environment for us to shine a collective light on what motivates our unhealthy behaviors; once we have identified these behavioral triggers, we can learn and practice healthier coping methods. While this group will help those in recovery from substances such as alcohol and other drugs, people who struggle with the following issues will also benefit: codependency, trauma (PTSD), internet or pornography addiction, compulsive spending, disordered eating, compulsive gambling, self-harm, sex addiction, and/or any behaviors that have become detrimental to one’s well-being.

Learn More About Coping With Triggers Therapy Group
Facilitated by: Alex Peterkin, PHD # PSB94027695  (clinical supervisor: Julie Sauber, PSYD # 30179)

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Date:
April 30
Time:
3:00 pm-4:30 pm
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Mind Therapy Clinic (in-person) Corte Madera
240 Tamal Vista Ste 250
Corte Madera, CA 94925 United States
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Phone
415-945-9870

The Coping with Triggers group is a process-oriented group that helps clients learn to identify the people, places, things, and situations in their lives that trigger them to engage in unhealthy behaviors. As Carl Jung once said, “One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light, but by making the darkness conscious.”

This group will provide a supportive environment for us to shine a collective light on what motivates our unhealthy behaviors; once we have identified these behavioral triggers, we can learn and practice healthier coping methods. While this group will help those in recovery from substances such as alcohol and other drugs, people who struggle with the following issues will also benefit: codependency, trauma (PTSD), internet or pornography addiction, compulsive spending, disordered eating, compulsive gambling, self-harm, sex addiction, and/or any behaviors that have become detrimental to one’s well-being.

Learn More About Coping With Triggers Therapy Group
Facilitated by: Alex Peterkin, PHD # PSB94027695  (clinical supervisor: Julie Sauber, PSYD # 30179)

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Coping with Triggers

April 30 @ 3:00 pm-4:30 pm

The Coping with Triggers group is a process-oriented group that helps clients learn to identify the people, places, things, and situations in their lives that trigger them to engage in unhealthy behaviors. As Carl Jung once said, “One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light, but by making the darkness conscious.”

This group will provide a supportive environment for us to shine a collective light on what motivates our unhealthy behaviors; once we have identified these behavioral triggers, we can learn and practice healthier coping methods. While this group will help those in recovery from substances such as alcohol and other drugs, people who struggle with the following issues will also benefit: codependency, trauma (PTSD), internet or pornography addiction, compulsive spending, disordered eating, compulsive gambling, self-harm, sex addiction, and/or any behaviors that have become detrimental to one’s well-being.

Learn More About Coping With Triggers Therapy Group
Facilitated by: Alex Peterkin, PHD # PSB94027695  (clinical supervisor: Julie Sauber, PSYD # 30179)

Details

Date:
April 30
Time:
3:00 pm-4:30 pm
Series:
Event Category:

Venue

Mind Therapy Clinic (in-person) Corte Madera
240 Tamal Vista Ste 250
Corte Madera, CA 94925 United States
+ Google Map
Phone
415-945-9870

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