Groups & Classes

Unity Care NW offers a variety of opportunities to learn and heal in group settings.

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In Person: Bellingham

Relapse Prevention

Relapse Prevention Group offers a safe space for patients to engage in a sober support group that supports and nourishes the development of relapse prevention skills necessary for sustainable recovery.

Thursdays in person 4:30-6:00 p.m.

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In Person: Bellingham

Embodied ACTion

Patients will participate in a group environment where they will learn/strengthen mindfulness skills, awareness of stress responses in their nervous system, and methods to calm the body while creating values-oriented goals. This group is guided by Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) principles and somatic approaches such as Polyvagal Theory.

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In Person: Bellingham

The Transforming Act of Forgiveness

Patients will increase their ability to notice self-defeating, fear-based thoughts and change those thoughts to reduce anxiety and increase well-being, self-empowerment and a positive outlook and will attend Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (REBT) focused Forgiveness Group and share what they have learned with this clinician, over the next 20 weeks.

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Zoom or In Person: Bellingham

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Skills

Patients will engage in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy group to decrease mental health symptoms and support increased confidence in being able to engage in mindfulness, emotion regulation, distress tolerance, and communication skills.

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In Person: Bellingham

Women in Recovery

Women in Recovery Group offers a safe place for women struggling with substance use to connect, grow, learn, and heal.

Every Tuesday 2:30-4:00 pm beginning March 5th.
Please reach out to Kelsey Scoggins SUDPT for more information. 360.676.6177 ext.1843

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Zoom or In Person: Bellingham

Positive Discipline Parenting Group

Positive Discipline supports parents acquiring additional tools for everyday family challenges. This group offers opportunities for parents to gain confidence, build peer connections and revamp parenting skills.

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In Person: Bellingham

Wellness Skills Group for Chronic Pain

Patient will engage in Wellness Skills Group for Chronic Pain to support coping skill psychoeducation for wellbeing, compassion for self, and managing consistent pain.

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In Person: Bellingham

Beginning Mindfulness for Daily Living Group

Patients will engage in 6-week mindfulness group that will support increased grounding exercises and mindfulness practices to support symptom stability.

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In Person: Bellingham & Ferndale

Seeking Safety Group for Women

This group aims to help patients establish safety, help them obtain freedom and healing from negative behaviors associated with their traumatic experiences and help prevent or reduce using substances to deal with their emotions. Patients will learn safe coping strategies to live safer, healthier, and happier lives.

Expectations for groups: Participants are expected to sit, learn, and practice safe coping skills in sessions, engage in group, be kind, respectful and supportive of others.

Speak to your counselor for class schedules or more information on group opportunities.