Groups and Workshops

Complex PTSD: From Surviving to Thriving

Mondays from 6:30-8:00 PM | Scenic Counseling Center: Conference Room, 2100 Scenic Drive, Suite 140, Georgetown, TX 

This is an excellent resource for people who struggle as adults with family of origin trauma. It is helpful in explaining symptoms which years later impact living. It is also a resource of ways to move past the trauma of childhood. Led by Michael R Chancellor, MDiv, MA, LPC-S, CTR. For Adults of all ages, in-person support group.

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Creative Connections: Expressions of Faith (ONLINE)

Mondays from Jan 22 - May 13, 6:30-7:30 PM | ONLINE, Requires a computer or mobile device with a reliable internet connection.

This online group for women will be working through the book, “Managing Traumatic Stress Through Art” (workbook provided). This group is helpful to offer an opportunity to women who desire to understand, manage, and transform the aftereffects of the stress of past trauma. Regardless of previous experience or artistic talent, the art experiences, written reflections, and group discussion will help women to manage symptoms of traumatic stress in a creative, life-affirming way. Led by Suzanne Wood, MA, LPC-S.

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Creative Connections: Family Group

Thursdays from Feb 1 - Mar 7, 4:30-5:30 PM | Carver Center for Families, 1200 W. 17th St, Georgetown, TX

Join TBCH's Suzanne Wood to connect children (ages 5+) and any grown-up in their lives through fun expressive arts activities! In these parent & child workshops, Suzanne will lead an art activity that will get the conversation flowing about feelings, worries, resilience, and more. Each week's activity is unique, so you can join the class at any time throughout the semester.

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Topical Book Study for Adults of All Ages

Tuesdays beginning Mar 26, 5:00-6:30 PM | Scenic Counseling Center, 2100 Scenic Drive, Suite 140, Georgetown, TX

This small group study will cover a variety of day to day topics using research and biblical perspective. We will discuss some of the following topics: stress, parenting from child to adult, the aging adult, social media and its effects on mental health, marriage, and family. In addition, learn healthy coping strategies that will support your ability to thrive in today’s world. This group is great for all adults who are seeking community and knowledge on a variety of topics that affect our mental health. Led by Indira Gibby, MS, LPC., this new series begins March 26, 2024.

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These no-cost workshops are hosted by a team of caring professionals with the TBCH HOPE Program.