Therapy Group

Breaking The Silence Group in Hendersonville, Tennessee

Group Therapy for Teens Who Have Experienced Trauma

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Group Focus:

During this group therapy, participants can lean on peer support while exploring their various types of trauma triggers, such as visual, tactile, auditory, nasal, word-specific, and situation-specific.

Sessions may include identifying safe coping skills, practicing mindfulness, developing positive relationships, conflict resolution, and more in connection to their trauma triggers.

The group facilitator will review potential group members for suitability and ensure parents or guardians are informed of and give consent to their teen’s participation.

Participants: Teens ages 12 to 17 who have been involved with trauma.

Cost: Insurance and self-pay are accepted

To get registered for the Breaking The Silence Group in Hendersonville, Tennessee

To get registered for the Breaking The Silence Group in Hendersonville, Tennessee

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Facilitator:

Joy Austin, LPC

Joy Austin is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Tennessee who has been practicing since 2018. She earned an MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Liberty University.

Getting Started

When:
In-person on Fridays from 6 to 7 p.m. starting February 9. Rolling admissions (pending availability).

Call: (865) 588-3173 or complete the following form for details.

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LifeStance Health Therapists & Psychiatrists at 100 Springhouse Ct, Suite 200

Hendersonville

100 Springhouse Ct, Suite 200
Hendersonville, TN 37075

Participating Providers

LifeStance Joy Austin

Joy Austin

LPC

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