See below for our most up-to-date groups! We are currently taking new members for our Teen Stress & Anxiety Group. If you have any interest in joining one of our groups, please contact our office at 919.636.0762 or you can send us an email at

Stressed Out! Teen Group

Dates: Wednesdays from 6:30-8:00pm

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Come join us at Simply Thrive for Stressed Out! on Wednesday evenings from 6:30-8:00pm! This is a great group for teens who are feeling stressed out! It’s important to learn what causes people to feel so anxious, so we will begin by educating group members on what causes heightened levels of anxiety, and then learn how to calm it down through things like deep breathing, drawing, and mental exercises. After a client learns techniques to relax their nervous system, it opens the door for them to take a close look at how their thoughts influence their emotions and behaviors. Group members will learn how to recognize, challenge, and replace negative thinking that contributes to feeling stressed out.

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Mindful Movement for Mental Health Workshop

Dates: TBD

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A four-part workshop where participants will explore how to improve mental health stability with mindful movement and gratitude. The workshop will include psychoeducation, mindful movement, and processing in a group setting. This group is appropriate for individuals who would like to develop better coping skills, are physically cleared by a physician to participate in yoga classes, and who are willing to engage in a daily practice of mindfulness and gratitude between groups. Participants need to be clean and sober during the workshop groups. Group members will be required to wear masks.

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Mindful Movement for Anxiety and Stress Group

Start Date: TBD

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Stress can develop from so many areas in life. Whether it be from work, school, or uncertain or unforeseen challenges – especially with current circumstances. If stress is not managed well it can create suffering, disturb physical and mental health, negatively impact relationships, and create poor performance with tasks. This group will use mindful movement and breath work as a way to manage stress, along with processing and psychoeducation on the topic of stress and anxiety. Ideally for individuals that want to actively work towards a lifestyle change that supports their mental health goals of working through stress and anxiety. Group members who will be participating in group are willing to engage in a daily practice of a mindfulness activity/meditation and completion of weekly homework assignments. Group members must be sober during group.

Mindful Movement for Anxiety & Stress