Support Groups in Regina, SK

Relpase Preventiom
Weekly topics in a peer group setting. Intimate setting and topics are boundaries, conflict resolution, stress management, triggers, stress, anger always in a trauma informed setting.
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Hosted by MT Recovery and Family Therapy
Registered Social Worker, RSW, BSW
Verified
Group meets in Regina, SK S4R
Weekly topics in a peer group setting. Intimate setting and topics are boundaries, conflict resolution, stress management, triggers, stress, anger always in a trauma informed setting.
(306) 517-6353 View (306) 517-6353
The Born Gay Identity (Part 1)
An exploration of gay community and the gay self identity. Starting Feb 16, 2024.
Photo of Stephen 'skip' Olshefsky, Registered Provisional Psychologist in Regina, SK
Hosted by Stephen 'skip' Olshefsky
Registered Provisional Psychologist, MSc
Verified
Group meets in Regina, SK S4R
An exploration of gay community and the gay self identity. Starting Feb 16, 2024.
(306) 985-9037 View (306) 985-9037
Therapeutic Book Club
Our next book in this book club is “The Body Keeps the Score" by Bessel Van der Kolk. In this therapeutic group, we apply the content to our own experiences. We share in circle and small groups, write, make art, ...
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Hosted by This Human Thing
Psychologist, MEd, RPsych
Verified
Group meets in Regina, SK S4R
Our next book in this book club is “The Body Keeps the Score" by Bessel Van der Kolk. In this therapeutic group, we apply the content to our own experiences. We share in circle and small groups, write, make art, ...
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Intergenerational Trauma Group Therapy
Group facilitators engaging group members in a setting to learn about intergenerational trauma and how it affects
Photo of MT Recovery and Family Therapy, Registered Social Worker in Regina, SK
Hosted by MT Recovery and Family Therapy
Registered Social Worker, RSW, BSW
Verified
Group meets in Regina, SK S4P
Group facilitators engaging group members in a setting to learn about intergenerational trauma and how it affects
(306) 517-6353 View (306) 517-6353
Befriending the Body Therapy Group
If you are feeling challenged by body shame, body hate, disordered eating, disembodiment, dissociation, self-harm, chronic pain or dysregulation, this series may be for you. This 6-week group is designed to help you rebuild your relationship to your body, increase ...
Photo of This Human Thing , Psychologist in Regina, SK
Hosted by This Human Thing
Psychologist, MEd, RPsych
Verified
Group meets in Regina, SK S4R
If you are feeling challenged by body shame, body hate, disordered eating, disembodiment, dissociation, self-harm, chronic pain or dysregulation, this series may be for you. This 6-week group is designed to help you rebuild your relationship to your body, increase ...
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Scattered & Beautiful - Women and ADHD
A one day workshop for women to learn that they are not alone, women experience ADHD and ADHD symptoms differently, understand and accept ADHD instead of judging and blaming yourself, develop healthy self care habits and simply your life.
Photo of Alannah Boyle, Registered Social Worker in Regina, SK
Hosted by Alannah Boyle
Registered Social Worker, BPAS, BSW, RSW
Verified
Group meets in Regina, SK S4R
A one day workshop for women to learn that they are not alone, women experience ADHD and ADHD symptoms differently, understand and accept ADHD instead of judging and blaming yourself, develop healthy self care habits and simply your life.
(306) 518-7337 View (306) 518-7337
Neurodivergent Support Group
This is a support group designed for neurodivergent people, anyone who is the support system for a neurodivergent person, parents of neurodivergent kiddos...however it looks in your life!
Photo of Alannah Boyle, Registered Social Worker in Regina, SK
Hosted by Alannah Boyle
Registered Social Worker, BPAS, BSW, RSW
Verified
Group meets in Regina, SK S4R
This is a support group designed for neurodivergent people, anyone who is the support system for a neurodivergent person, parents of neurodivergent kiddos...however it looks in your life!
(306) 518-7337 View (306) 518-7337

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Relpase Preventiom
Weekly topics in a peer group setting. Intimate setting and topics are boundaries, conflict resolution, stress management, triggers, stress, anger always in a trauma informed setting.
Photo of MT Recovery and Family Therapy, Registered Social Worker in Regina, SK
Hosted by MT Recovery and Family Therapy
Registered Social Worker, RSW, BSW
Verified
Group meets in Regina, SK S4R
Weekly topics in a peer group setting. Intimate setting and topics are boundaries, conflict resolution, stress management, triggers, stress, anger always in a trauma informed setting.
(306) 517-6353 View (306) 517-6353
The Born Gay Identity (Part 1)
An exploration of gay community and the gay self identity. Starting Feb 16, 2024.
Photo of Stephen 'skip' Olshefsky, Registered Provisional Psychologist in Regina, SK
Hosted by Stephen 'skip' Olshefsky
Registered Provisional Psychologist, MSc
Verified
Group meets in Regina, SK S4R
An exploration of gay community and the gay self identity. Starting Feb 16, 2024.
(306) 985-9037 View (306) 985-9037
Therapeutic Book Club
Our next book in this book club is “The Body Keeps the Score" by Bessel Van der Kolk. In this therapeutic group, we apply the content to our own experiences. We share in circle and small groups, write, make art, ...
Photo of This Human Thing , Psychologist in Regina, SK
Hosted by This Human Thing
Psychologist, MEd, RPsych
Verified
Group meets in Regina, SK S4R
Our next book in this book club is “The Body Keeps the Score" by Bessel Van der Kolk. In this therapeutic group, we apply the content to our own experiences. We share in circle and small groups, write, make art, ...
View
Intergenerational Trauma Group Therapy
Group facilitators engaging group members in a setting to learn about intergenerational trauma and how it affects
Photo of MT Recovery and Family Therapy, Registered Social Worker in Regina, SK
Hosted by MT Recovery and Family Therapy
Registered Social Worker, RSW, BSW
Verified
Group meets in Regina, SK S4P
Group facilitators engaging group members in a setting to learn about intergenerational trauma and how it affects
(306) 517-6353 View (306) 517-6353
Befriending the Body Therapy Group
If you are feeling challenged by body shame, body hate, disordered eating, disembodiment, dissociation, self-harm, chronic pain or dysregulation, this series may be for you. This 6-week group is designed to help you rebuild your relationship to your body, increase ...
Photo of This Human Thing , Psychologist in Regina, SK
Hosted by This Human Thing
Psychologist, MEd, RPsych
Verified
Group meets in Regina, SK S4R
If you are feeling challenged by body shame, body hate, disordered eating, disembodiment, dissociation, self-harm, chronic pain or dysregulation, this series may be for you. This 6-week group is designed to help you rebuild your relationship to your body, increase ...
View
Scattered & Beautiful - Women and ADHD
A one day workshop for women to learn that they are not alone, women experience ADHD and ADHD symptoms differently, understand and accept ADHD instead of judging and blaming yourself, develop healthy self care habits and simply your life.
Photo of Alannah Boyle, Registered Social Worker in Regina, SK
Hosted by Alannah Boyle
Registered Social Worker, BPAS, BSW, RSW
Verified
Group meets in Regina, SK S4R
A one day workshop for women to learn that they are not alone, women experience ADHD and ADHD symptoms differently, understand and accept ADHD instead of judging and blaming yourself, develop healthy self care habits and simply your life.
(306) 518-7337 View (306) 518-7337
Neurodivergent Support Group
This is a support group designed for neurodivergent people, anyone who is the support system for a neurodivergent person, parents of neurodivergent kiddos...however it looks in your life!
Photo of Alannah Boyle, Registered Social Worker in Regina, SK
Hosted by Alannah Boyle
Registered Social Worker, BPAS, BSW, RSW
Verified
Group meets in Regina, SK S4R
This is a support group designed for neurodivergent people, anyone who is the support system for a neurodivergent person, parents of neurodivergent kiddos...however it looks in your life!
(306) 518-7337 View (306) 518-7337

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What is the difference between Group Therapy and a Support Group?
Regina Support Groups and Group Therapy both offer a safe place to explore important issues. It is important, however, to understand the difference between the two.

Group therapy in Regina is led by a therapist, group psychotherapist, or group counselor, and is generally structured around an issue. The therapist guides the group through a program as the group works together to better understand thoughts and feelings. Experienced therapists lead psychotherapy groups for various ages, such as adults, and specific issues including anger management, anxiety, and coping skills.

Support groups in Regina are usually facilitated by a therapist or counselor, but can also be led by members with lived experiences. Generally, a support group is less structured than a therapy group. Support groups bring together members to provide support and strength to each other, often around a common challenge such as addiction or grief.

Most therapy groups will meet for a fixed length of time with a consistent group of members, while many support groups meet for an indefinite period of time with members coming and going.

Is Group Therapy Right For You?
Group therapy in Regina allows you to benefit from the experiences and sharing of others. Listening to others, and recognizing what you have in common, allows you to learn about yourself. In the group environment, where therapy types such as Mindfulness Based group therapy are used, you can recognize aspects of yourself that you may choose to modify or change.

As other members share about their lives, you might see your own experiences or see patterns you hadn’t noticed previously. The group allows you to better understand issues you might not have noticed before.

Hearing the stories of group members gets you outside of yourself and helps you see your life differently. As you do that, a process of self-acceptance and empathy for others occurs as you learn to relate with others in the group.

Group therapy and support groups in Regina can also be a less expensive alternative to individual therapy. While you should check with your insurance company, you’ll often find that therapist led group psychotherapy is covered, while peer-led support groups are not. Either way, group session costs are generally less expensive than individual therapy.