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The Grand Rising Respite facility will provide psychoeducational/psychotherapy CBT treatment groups to educate and counsel clients with an array of problematic issues and behaviors. Psychotherapy is an effective practice and aids to reconstruct and provide corrective interpersonal functioning skills.


The Grand Rising Respite facility is also involved in community engagement and mental health education.  

Psychotherapy is an effective intervention practice, whereas the group process aids to reconstruct and provide corrective interpersonal functioning modalities for the members. 

                                                                            Treatment Groups:

12-week Anger Management


Cognitive Behavioral Therapy treatment educates and counsels clients with behavioral problems and lack the ability to control their anger. Typical anger management treatment encompasses, learning triggers and cues, developing anger control plans, understanding the aggression cycle, learning Ellis’ A-B-C-D Model, assertiveness training, understanding anger and family of origin issues, and correcting maladaptive thoughts/feelings.

13-week Victims Impact Treatment Group


Centered on helping offenders to become more aware of the impact that crime has on its victims and to take responsibility for their actions and begin to make amends. The curriculum makes victims and their rights a central premise.

13-week Denial Management Treatment Group


A relapse prevention therapy that is geared toward helping offenders overcome denial, bring awareness to their addictive behaviors and make a commitment towards recovery.

10- week Understanding Trauma Treatment Group

Provides a deep understanding of Trauma-Informed Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) principles and practical skills. It equips individuals with the tools to address the impact of trauma on their lives and mental well-being while fostering a safe and supportive environment for healing and recovery. 

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