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Group Counseling

Group counseling sessions provide individuals the chance to work through mental health issues in a supportive group. Group sessions are led by a team of two therapists in a safe and confidential setting. See specific group descriptions below for details on appropriate ages, topics, and dates. Prices are determined on a sliding scale with no one turned away for lack of funds. Appointments can be made by calling (504) 864-7858 or by emailing LCCE@loyno.edu; call for a free and confidential phone consultation.


Mindful Relationships

Interpersonal process and therapeutic growth group for adults (18+) looking to explore and improve their relationship patterns

Guided by Dylan Kolesa and Joseph Kalita

Thursdays 5:30pm-7:00pm

 

Transfuse 

Group Therapy for trans identified adults (21+)

Guided by Cypress Atlas and Austin Davenport

Wandering Together: an outdoor walking group therapy

“Wandering Together" is a group therapy to get in touch with your self, others, and nature. We will do so by treating our brains as the full body mechanisms that they are. The group will incorporate outside walking meditations, eco art therapy, and verbal group processing.

Guided by Maddy Kolker and Lauren McWhorter 
Tuesdays, starting March 5th

 

Living Well: a chronic illness support group

"Living Well" is a support group for people facing the emotional and physical complications of living with ongoing health challenges 
Guided by Sarah Harrs and Laura Mattingly 

 

Child Parent Relationship Therapy

A therapy for parents who want to build a better relationship with their children 

Thursdays, 12-1:30

 

Transitioning Together

A therapeutic group for parents of gender expansive, transgender, or non-binary children and teenagers 

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