Phoenix Trauma Informed

ACHIEVE MASTERY OF YOUR THERAPEUTIC WORK IN A SAFE ENVIRONMENT

This group helps female trauma survivors gain a better understanding of the psychological aftermath of victimization and the process of recovery. The group requires a three-month commitment, and participants will not be asked to share their trauma experience(s).

DAY & TIME: TBD

LOCATION: North Naperville

Leader: MICHELLE ROGERS, LCSW, CCTP, CADC


Frequently asked questions about groups

Get answers about Phoenix Trauma Informed Group

What happens during a group session?

Phoenix Trauma Informed is an evidenced-based, ten-session topic oriented curriculum designed to help female trauma survivors gain a better understanding of the psychological aftermath of victimization and the process of recovery.

Sessions incorporate psychotherapy, somatic, DBT, and other models designed to increase your emotional and body awareness skills and promote a sense of control over emotions and behavioral responses. Handouts and worksheets will be utilized, which you can bring into your individual therapy sessions to further explore and process.

What are the benefits of group therapy?

Learn new coping strategies and gain social support with group therapy. In combination with individual therapy, Phoenix Trauma Informed Group provides validation, promotes a healthy mind, helps manage stress and negativity, and stimulates confidence. You are not alone. With Phoenix, you can learn and better yourself while helping others.

Again, you will not be asked to share your trauma experience.

Are there any requirements to join this group?

Members must be women over age 18 and actively in individual therapy. Also, the group requires a three month commitment to preserve group integrity. 

How many people are in the group?

The group consists of four to eight women.

What is the cost?

The group fee is typically covered by insurance. If paying out-of-pocket, the session fee is $70.

How do I enroll?

Call Client Services at 630-428-7890, Ext 320 to schedule an enrollment session. At your consultation, we will discuss your background and reasons for seeking group therapy. If you’re a good fit and the group has an opening, you will be enrolled immediately. If the group is full following your session, you will be put on a waitlist and notified when a new group opens.