Entries by Liberation Institute Team

D&D Therapy Group (Ages 11-17)

Group Description: Dungeons & Dragons Therapy uses tabletop roleplaying to promote growth, learning and exploration. Drawing on traditions of Jungian sand tray therapy, Gestalt parts work, and Drama Therapy, D&D Therapy encourages emotional, cognitive, and somatic expression in a fun, supportive and creative environment. This group meets virtually Tuesdays from 6-7:30 PM and welcomes all new […]

Art as Healing Practice

Art as Healing Practice is for anyone interested in learning about themselves and receiving supportive feedback on their art. Liberation Institute therapists Edward and Pam will facilitate a collaborative, safe space where you can share what you’re working on and receive thoughtful reflections and encouragement from other creatives. The emphasis will be on exploring one’s […]

Trivia Night at Liberation Institute

Date: Friday, October 6 Time: 6:30 PM Location: Liberation Institute Event Details: Join us for an evening of intellectual fun and camaraderie at Liberation Institute’s Trivia Night! Test your knowledge and support a great cause—all while having a blast with friends and fellow trivia enthusiasts. Event Highlights: Event Contact: For more information about the Trivia […]

Recovery’s Remedy: A Monthly Gathering for Addiction Support

Addiction can be a formidable adversary, but the journey to recovery is not one that you have to face alone. “Recovery’s Remedy” offers a monthly gathering where you can find the support and camaraderie you need to take those important steps towards healing. Let’s delve into the details of this vital support group. Time: Monthly […]

Adult Attachment Styles

According to Attachment Theory, pioneered by John Bowlby and Mary Ainsworth, the kind of bond we had with our primary caregivers, starting from infancy, creates our attachment style.  If a parent is distant or unavailable, a child can become anxious about when or how they will get their needs met; they create strategies to constantly […]

Cultural Dimensionality In Couple-Directed Therapy

It is important to listen to the cultural influences that shape the life of the couple in couple’s therapy. Cultural differences can significantly impact the way individuals communicate, express emotions, and perceive relationships. It is important for the therapist to have a basic understanding of the cultural background of the couple to avoid misunderstandings and […]

Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (EFT)

An Approach to Couple Therapy Developed by Dr. Sue Johnson “When people can share their deepest emotions with each other and feel heard and understood, it creates a powerful emotional bond that can withstand even the toughest challenges.” – Dr. Sue Johnson, Hold Me Tight: Seven Conversations for a Lifetime of Love The basic premise […]