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The Nest Online Group Support and Workshops


Finding a safe, accessible, and supportive space throughout your process.

Why Group Support?

Have you ever been in a group of people and thought, "Wow I feel like this person can totally relate", or "I feel like you're reading my mind". 

Imagine coming to a group of individuals who are dealing with similar issues and finding the process of being able to create a safe space, while also learning new coping skills that can assist you in finding balance.

Although online support groups can be misunderstood as those traditional groups that include a basement and a circle of hard uncomfortable chairs, online support can be done in your car, your home, and any safe place that you have where you can connect.

All support groups and community support groups are $60 per person (unless otherwise stated) and insurance is accepted. 

The Nest offers two types of groups aimed to support, strategize, and learn from each other. All groups are designed to: 

  • Create a safe space and a meeting that promotes quality vs. quantity.

  • Encourage participants to see their potential for change and growth. 

  • Share thoughts, emotions, and support for anyone willing to be receptive to the process and those who need it. 

  • Small & limited (8-10 people)

  • Facilitated by a licensed therapist

  • Focused on coping strategies

  • Designed around a common/shared mental health component. 

  • Open environment for group sharing

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
  • Focused on intensive patient strategies

  • Designed around a common/shared mental health component. 

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Group Support
  • Focused on coping strategies

  • Designed around a common/shared mental health component. 


Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Supprt Groups

Support Groups

All Online Groups will be offered in all locations; Texas, Delaware, Pennsylvania, and Colorado

In-person Groups will be offered at locations mentioned at sign-up
In-person Group
  1. Introduction to Trauma and Resilience

  2. Understanding Triggers/Self-Regulation

  3. Trauma and Emotions

  4. Building Resilience Through Connection

  5. Narrative Reconstruction and Empowerment

  6. Celebration and Moving Forward 

6 weekly sessions

"Resilient Roses" Women's Trauma Empowerment Group

Wednesday evenings
Philadelphia, PA

Women's group focused on post-traumatic growth and empowerment from the impact of trauma. This closed group aims to offer a safe space for women to process, explore, receive support, and learn skills related to trauma recovery using various therapeutic modalities. 

The Women's Trauma Support Group will:

  • Learn effective strategies for creating more healthy coping skills.

  •  Practice self-care and build a support network.

  • Gain perspective from other women.

  • Find the support that you are looking for while maintaining your identity.

Starts May 1, 2024 

In-person Group

DBT Group

Thursday evenings
Philadelphia, PA

Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) is a type of talk therapy designed to help individuals with mental health conditions learn how to understand and regulate their emotions. The goal is to encourage self-acceptance and improve interpersonal relationships through validation and behavior changes.

The DBT group will learn: 

  • Mindfulness

  • Distress tolerance

  • Interpersonal effectiveness

  • Emotional regulation

Starts May 2, 2024 

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