Seeking Safety group therapy helps clients find safety from trauma, including PTSD, and substance abuse. It emphasizes the use of healthy coping skills, grounding techniques, and education. It was developed with the best minds at play and is led by Leah to help clients find the perfect balance between therapy and group support.
This present-focused therapy was developed under a grant from the National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA) by Lisa M. Najavits, Ph.D. Proven time and again to be highly effective, Seeking Safety is a research-based therapy that has several key objectives:
- Helping clients attain safety in thinking, emotions, behaviors, and relationships.
- Providing clients integrated treatment of substance abuse and trauma conditions, counteracting the loss of ideals experienced from substance abuse and trauma.
To achieve these goals, groups are organized into small sessions lasting 50 minutes a week. Each week is led by Leah, where she provides and guides her clients through one topic per week geared towards addressing and coping with trauma. This group is highly engaging and allows each client to build on skills that will help them throughout their day-to-day lives.
Seeking Safety is available to all who wish to create more safety in their lives, and everyone is welcome, even people who have not had a formal diagnosis such as PTSD or substance abuse. Grow through structured group therapy and build on healthy behaviors with Leah Wolin.