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GROUP THERAPY

TARGETED CASE MANAGEMENT

Targeted Case Management is a primary, direct service provided to adults or children with serious mental illness or emotional disorders who live in the community. TCM is designed to ensure that individuals and their families gain access to needed medical, social, educational services as well as other agencies whose functions are to provide the support, training and assistance required for a stable, safe and healthy community life.

find support
& healing with groups

"Groups have immense power to move people in creative and more life-giving directions. Most people

have some history of having been psychologically wounded in relationships, and groups provide the ideal atmosphere for healing."
(Corey, Corey, & Corey, 2010)

Therapy

For many reasons, group therapy is considered to be a highly effective setting to experience therapy, whether it be due to its relational nature that builds interpersonal support and camaraderie, its capacity to connect people through shared experiences thereby decreasing loneliness, its structured and short-term approach, or its cost effectiveness compared to individual therapy sessions. TICC recognizes also the power in uniting group participants in navigating their journey of post-traumatic healing and growth.

UPCOMING
THERAPY GROUPS

Accepting Clients for Fall Adult Cognitive Processing Therapy Group

Online Based

Monday Evening

Next Group:

November 6, 2023

5:30-7pm

Register Now!

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Earl Johnson, MFTA

Clinician & Group Counselor

for Cognitive Processing Therapy

WHAT IS GROUP THERAPY?

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Maybe you feel uncertain about group therapy. Check out what PsychHub says about what to expect.

WHAT ARE
THE BENEFITS?

HELPFUL LINKS ON BENEFITS:

GROUPS

  • Trauma Processing through Cognitive Processing Therapy (Adults)

  • Trauma Processing through Cognitive Processing Therapy (High School Age)

  • School-Based Groups (Middle & High School)*

*School-based groups are provided to partnered Fayette County Public Schools.

READY TO CONNECT?

If you are ready to register, please use the form below. Registration for group therapy does not automatically make you a client of TICC, but it is a great first step to improving your mental health. TICC will contact you to help you through the next steps in becoming a client prior to the start of the TICC group therapy experience. Email TICC Referrals or call (859) 309-2877 to ask questions about group therapy.

Group Therapy Registration

Group Therapy
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