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Committed to your success

Outpatient Groups

At Gosnold, we know a successful recovery does not end with the completion of a treatment plan; we offer ongoing recovery support for our patients and their families.  We are committed to the community and provide family education, school-based counseling, medical care integration, and support prevention coalitions.

psychologist speak at group counseling therapy session

Women’s Recovery Group

For adult women with at least 30 days of sobriety.  The group focuses on a variety of issues including self-esteem, boundaries, relationships and communication issues related to promoting a lasting recovery.

Dual Diagnosis Recovery Group

A recovery group for patients with addiction and co-occurring psychiatric diagnosis.  The group focus is to develop healthy coping skills to live substance-free and manage emotional symptoms.

Early Recovery Group

This group is focused on skills enhancement in the early recovery process, (early recovery being within the first 6 months of attempting sobriety).  Emphasis of treatment is centered around relapse prevention.  This is a process oriented group combined with didactic material for successful recovery plans.  We will also address the various recovery groups, and their functions, i.e. NA, AA, etc.  It is recommended that a client attend this weekly group for between 8 to 12 sessions.

Mindfulness Recovery Group

Men and women over 18 years old working on recovery, mindfulness practice, stress management, overcoming depression and resisting compulsions.

Seeking Safety (Women Only)

For women dealing with a history of abuse/violence, addiction and/or mental health issues.  To help learn safe coping and self-care tools.

Safe, Sober, Stable

For persons with dual diagnoses.

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For more general inquiries, including admission to or information about our programs, employment opportunities, or other general information, please call 508-540-6550. For more information about our mental health and addiction treatment programs, contact us at help@gosnold.org.

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