Group Psychotherapy

Group therapy is a dynamic treatment approach that most clients enjoy. It has been shown to be just as effective as individual therapy for a range of concerns. At this time, Chambers and Blohm is offering:

A Yalom-style Interpersonal Process group.

The purpose of this group is to explore one’s interpersonal reactions, give and receive interpersonal feedback, and learn and practice new interpersonal skills and behaviors. This is a “closed” group, meaning that members must be invited to join. If you are a current client at Chambers & Blohm and want to be considered for the group, please talk to your provider and/or call to request a group therapy intake evaluation with Dr. Krumm.

An Adolescent DBT Skills Group (COMING FALL 2024!).

Mondays from 4:30 to 5:45 pm starting September 9, 2024.

Dialectical behavior therapy, or DBT, is a cognitive-behavioral therapy designed for individuals who struggle to regulate their emotions. Emotion dysregulation in adolescents can lead to problematic behaviors, such as self-harm, suicidality, alcohol or drug use, frequent friendship problems or breakups, family conflict, and school avoidance. In this 24-week group, participants will learn skills to cope with challenging emotions. Those skills are divided into five domains: mindfulness, emotion regulation, interpersonal effectiveness, distress tolerance, and walking the middle path.

This group is open to ages 13-17. Interested patients can call now to secure their spot. Referring providers can send referral information by fax to 701-323-0935. All participants will be required to have an established individual therapist in addition to their group work. If a participant does not already have an individual therapist, he or she is welcome to establish with one at our clinic.