Every Thursday of the month from 6:30pm-8pm
Free, Peer Led, Survivors Only
Every Wednesday from 6:30pm-8pm
Free, Peer Led, Survivors Only
Every 2nd & 4th Wednesday from 6:30pm-8pm
Every Saturday of the month from 10am-12pm
Ongoing group led by experienced licensed mental health care provider.
Girls only, ages 13-18
Survivors Only, Free
Tuesdays from 5:00-7:00pm @ Holy Cross Catholic Church – 15939 SW 150th St. Indiantown, FL 34956
email or call Janet Garcia, LCSW for information (772) 266-3064 email@example.com
2nd & 4th Tuesday 6-7pm
Free, Led by Dr. Judy Logue
Un-Bridled programs offer a unique experience. Horses are highly sensitive to people’s emotions and can provide a compelling metaphoric experience for the client. Our programs are for people seeking to discover more about themselves and how to better communicate and interact with others. This unique method combined with a natural, peaceful setting provides a nurturing environment to make great strides in personal growth. Groups, couples, or individuals work with our facilitators and horses to improve each person’s self-awareness, relationship patterns, communication and interpersonal skills. You will learn the components of a healthy relationship and how to create safe, healthy boundaries. Safety is our primary concern. No horse experience or knowledge of horses is required. All activities are unmounted and led by a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and EAGALA certified instructor.One Sunday a month (check calendar and Facebook) 10:30am-12:30pm. Bring Lunch & Snack to share. Must wear closed-toe shoes.Free, Survivors Only. Must RSVP in advance to Diane F. 772-781-1800 or filly2@
Art therapy is a mental health profession in which clients, facilitated by the art therapist, use art media, the creative process, and the resulting artwork to explore their feelings, reconcile emotional conflicts, foster self awareness, manage behavior and addictions, develop social skills, improve reality orientation, reduce anxiety, and increase self-esteem. A goal in art therapy is to improve or restore a client’s functioning and his or her sense of personal well-being. Art therapy practice requires knowledge of visual art (drawing, painting, sculpture, and other art forms) and the creative process, as well as of human development, psychological, and counseling theories and techniques. During individual and/or group sessions, art therapists elicit their clients’ inherent capacity for art making to enhance their physical, mental, and emotional well-being. Research supports the use of art therapy within a professional relationship for the therapeutic benefits gained through artistic self-expression and reflection for individuals who experience illness, trauma, mental health problems, and those seeking personal growth. Art therapy is an effective treatment for people experiencing developmental, medical, educational, and social or psychological impairment. Individuals who benefit from art therapy include those who have survived trauma resulting from combat, abuse, and natural and manmade disasters; persons with adverse physical health conditions such as cancer, traumatic brain injury, and other health disability; and persons with autism, dementia, depression, and other disorders. Art therapy helps people resolve conflicts, improve interpersonal skills, manage problematic behaviors, reduce negative stress, and achieve personal insight. Art therapy also provides an opportunity to enjoy the life-affirming pleasures of art making.
Free, Open to All, Led by Margot Lee, LMFT
For survivors of sexual violence
Adult male and female survivors of sexual violence can join other survivors in a safe, encouraging peer-led support group at the historic Golden Gate Center in Stuart. This group, facilitated by The Inner Truth Project through a collaboration with the House of Hope, serves adults who have suffered through sexual trauma.
The 2nd and 4th Tuesdays
Men and women welcome
Ages 18 and over
Did we mention, it’s FREE?!
HOUSE OF HOPE
GOLDEN GATE CENTER
3225 SE Dixie Hwy
Call The Inner Truth Project at 772-200-4599