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Group psychotherapy or group therapy is a form of psychotherapy in which one or more therapists lead a small group of clients together as a group. Group therapy can be helpful for learning new skills, feeling that we are not alone, and connecting with others who have experienced similar struggles to our own. As in individual therapy, group therapy is most often covered by insurance. 

Some groups are longer term closed-member groups. Others are shorter term groups, open to new members and lasting several weeks.

Please call us at 414-964-9200 or email us at to inquire about current group offerings and when the next group is starting.

DBT Skills Group

Facilitated by Dr. Enis Novalija

A new cycle of DBT Skills Group will be offered on:



(starts September 27, 2023)


The group will be structured like a class and will meet weekly for 1.5 hours via a secure and HIPAA compliant video platform.


Through the four modules of DBT—Mindfulness, Distress Tolerance, Interpersonal Effectiveness, and Emotion Regulation — group members will learn skills helping them to:
• successfully cope with uncertainties
• engage in collaborative problem-solving
• de-escalate arguments and prevent misunderstandings
• practice dialectical thinking to build empathy
• establish limits when necessary
• create their own life worth living

If you are between the ages of 18-55 and feel you would be interested in benefiting from a DBT Skills Group, please email or phone the Lighthouse Clinic. 

Dr. Novalija requires group members to meet at least bi-monthly with a mental health clinician while participating in the DBT Skills Group Therapy.

DBT Group Anchor


Facilitated by Steven Eigen, LCSW

A new cycle of the Anger Management Group will be offered on:



The group will meet weekly for 1 hour as in-person, office based group sessions. There will be 7 sessions.


Through the 7 sessions of our Anger Management group sessions, members will be supported with the following goals:

  • Develop the skills to be a more efficient self-observer.

  • Avoid self-defeating behavior. "Shooting yourself in the foot," with your anger.

  • Identify your common triggers for getting angry.

  • Learn practical skills to better manage your anger.

  • Improve your capacity to stay calm inside and to think through your options when in an anger provoking situation.

  • Gain insights at improving assertiveness and self-esteem.

  • Start a personal program/practice for continuing to improve management of your anger.

The Anger Management Group will encourage participants to view anger as a natural and the times necessary human emotion that can be expressed and productive (assertive) or I’m productive (nonassertive, passive aggressive, or hostile/aggressive) ways. Participants will learn skills to help identify their own productive or self defeating anger patterns. Special emphasis will be put on learning how not to “Shoot oneself in the foot“ with one's anger, how to react thoughtfully/strategically to anger provoking people or situation, and on developing skills for diffusing and redirecting your own or other peoples anger. Besides having opportunities to share their own relevant life experiences, participants we’ll learn about a behavioral and mindfulness-based anger management concepts.

If you over 18 years and feel you would be interested in benefiting from the Anger Management Group, please email or phone the Lighthouse Clinic. 

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Anger Managment Anchor

Presently Closed

From Self Compassion to joy:
A women's therapy & Support Group

Led by Lynn Ollswang, LCSW

Meets every 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month.

As a group, we will share and grow; "Everything in ourselves is driven by our own internal pain."

This group is:

  • For women who have experienced a lot in life, who have survived struggles and loss.

  • For women who have been caretakers for others and themselves.

  • For women who have kept part of themselves secret or quiet, and pushed back inside.

  • For women who are aware that sharing and not being alone can heal, although it is a difficult risk to take.

  • For women who are willing to look at how their thoughts and behaviors have defined their world and protected them.

  • For women who want to challenge those beliefs and assumptions.

  • For women who want to find Self-Compassion in themselves and each other and find Joy in their lives.

Women's Group Anchor
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