potential rocc group opportunities:

The groups listed below have historically been offered by ROCC clinicians. If you believe would find one of these groups beneficial, please call our office and express your interest, so that we can work to add them to our upcoming calendar:

telling your story: a narrative therapy group

Join us as we recollect, discover, create, share, and heal together with spoken/written words and expressive arts. WHAT TO BRING: A willingness to be open and authentic in a safe space as we share our stories, and 1 composition notebook. (No experience required).

dream tending group

The ability to approach abstract concepts through reoriented perspective activates our ability toward insight. This group aims to inspire such insight by offering tools to individuals interested in exploring their inner message through the symbolic language of dreams. Along with discussion on topics such as archetypal dream symbols, the dream as a living image, and the identification of our authentic message, individuals will also be invited to volunteer a dream for reflection.

high school girls

If you are a current high school student or entering in the fall, come join us for weekly topics and discussion in a safe and confidential place.  We will cover issues like: stress & self-care, feelings & coping skills, self-worth & compassion, self-respect & gratitude, conflict & communication, and healthy relationships & boundaries. (Includes peer support, encouragement, art, and fun activities).

middle school girls

A group for girls entering 6th-8th grade this coming fall.  We will be exploring relational aggression, healthy friendships, social skills, and resiliency. (Includes peer support, encouragement, art, and fun activities).

middle school boys

A group for boys entering 6th-8th grade this coming fall.  Join other guys as we learn about relational aggression, healthy friendships, social skills, and resiliency. (Includes peer support, encouragement, art, and fun activities).

anger management

Anger management is the process of learning to recognize signs that you're becoming angry, and taking action to calm down and deal with the situation in a positive way. Anger management doesn't try to keep you from feeling anger or encourage you to hold it in. Anger is a normal, healthy emotion when you know how to express it appropriately - anger management is about learning how to do this.

Adult Grief Group

The goal of this therapeutic group is to help adults who are struggling with a death loss find support in their grief.

healthy relationships 101

This group is a comprehensive immersion into getting the tools to pursue, start, and foster relationships that do not leave you Googling, “How to know if I’m in an abusive relationship?” in the middle of the night.
Feeling drained by a significant other, friend, or family member? Crying more than you smile? Can’t quite put your finger on what’s wrong but being blamed for it anyway? On the receiving end of constant criticism, unrealistic expectations, and demands? Learn how to recognize the signs, and understand how abusive and toxic relationships work, whether it be physical, emotional, or verbal. Get worksheets, support, and techniques to help yourself and others find coping mechanisms, self-compassion, and self-esteem.

Traveling roots

This group is designed to be a safe space for immigrants, expats, third-culture adults, and international students who are interested in learning about cross-cultural experiences, exploring issues related to adjusting to life in the US. Topics may include, but are not limited to: cross-cultural adjustment concerns, support systems, social interaction and communication in English as a second language, and coping with stressors.


to request more information about our group counseling services,
including pricing and scheduling, call (469) 619-7622.

Men go forth to wonder at the heights of mountains, the huge waves of the sea, the broad flow of the rivers, the vast compass of the ocean, the courses of the stars, and they pass by themselves without wondering.
— Saint Augustine