Living Well Psychotherapy Upcoming Groups


Women Supporting Women

Our Psychotherapy support group for women provides a safe and supportive space for individuals to explore their emotional well-being and navigate life’s challenges. Led by an experienced therapist, this group offers a confidential setting for women to share their experiences, gain insight, and develop coping strategies. Whether you’re dealing with anxiety, depression, trauma, or other mental health concerns, this group aims to foster understanding, resilience, and healing. Join us in a non-judgmental environment where you can find strength and support from others who understand.

Facilitator: Ruth Minnick
Living Well Psychotherapy’s Office, 1740 Ridge Ave, Evanston, IL 60201
Day & Time: Every Other Wednesday, 6:00 pM – 7:30 PM
Cost: $100/person


Navigate ADHD: Adult Support Group

Are you or someone you know struggling with ADHD? Our 10-week therapeutic support group is designed to provide a supportive and informative environment for individuals grappling with ADHD symptoms. Led by experienced therapists, our group sessions offer education, coping skills training, and a space for open discussion. Each week, participants will explore different aspects of ADHD management, including organization, time management, create accountability, and emotional regulation. Join us to connect with others facing similar challenges, gain practical strategies, and build a supportive network as you navigate life with ADHD.

Facilitators: Ruth Minnick & Emma Cheski
Location: Living Well Psychotherapy’s Office, 1740 Ridge Ave, Evanston, IL 60201
Day & Time: Every Other Wednesday, 6:00 pM – 7:30 PM
Cost: $100/Session


Understanding the Impact of Relationship Betrayal: Healing Group for Women

If you have recently discovered that your intimate partner has hidden a part of themselves from you such as infidelity, compulsive use of pornography or other sexually problematic or deceptive behavior, you may be experiencing tremendous pain and devastation. Feelings of shock and isolation, and grieving a relationship that no longer feels safe can leave one with a deep
sense of fear, anger and confusion on where to turn.

You do not need to go through this alone. Building community is a significant part of the recovery and healing process. Led by an APSATS-trained, somatic and trauma-informed therapist, this group is designed to create an environment that allows for trust, support, skill-building, and belonging as you work towards physical and emotional healing.

Topics of discussion will include:

  • Defining betrayal trauma and understanding symptoms
  • Exploring definitions of safety
  • Exploring boundaries, shame and self-blame, trust, anger, self-esteem and body image
  • Defining personal core values and personal strengths
  • Coping and self-regulation skills
  • Self-care and self-compassion skills
  • Establishing safe and trusting social support/relationships.

Facilitator: Tiffany Voltz, M.Ed., LPC, CLC, CHC
Zoom Meeting
Day and Time: Thursdays from 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM
Cost: $75/per session (12 Sessions Total)

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September 18th through December 11th

Grief Focus Group

Do you feel dragged down by feelings of loss? Do you feel unmotivated, stuck, and as though you are unable to move forward with your life? If so, you may be experiencing grief and loss. The purpose of our grief and loss group is to create a safe, nonjudgemental space for people to come together and share their experiences with grief and form a sense of community. Grief can be extremely isolating, and as facilitators, we understand this and want to create a space to hold these difficult feelings for you. Led by two trauma-informed therapists, you will gain insight, knowledge, validation and also acquire skills to cope with feelings of loss. 

An important disclaimer about this group is that you do not need to have experienced the loss of a loved one/friend in order to participate. Grief comes in many forms, and can extend to financial loss, termination of a relationship, loss of identity, etc. Please feel free to contact Elyse or Don with any queries regarding fit in the group, or any other concerns.

Facilitators: Elyse Naples and Don Tinsley
Location: Living Well Psychotherapy’s Office, 1740 Ridge Ave, Evanston, IL 60201
Day & Time: Wednesdays from 5:00 pM – 6:30 PM
Cost: $80/Per Session (12 Sessions Available)

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