Group Descriptions:

Anxiety Survival Guide
Group Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Anxiety 
We all experience anxiety, yet for some of us anxiety is hindering our joy and functioning. In this 8-week CBT skills group you will learn about the mind-body connection that facilitates anxiety and how to induce calm. Discover your unique triggers to anxious cognitions and behaviors and practice more adaptive ways of thinking and responding.

Pursue Progress Not Perfection: A CBT Treatment for Perfectionism.
Maintaining Your Ambition in Balance with Wellness
Perfectionism is not as positive as it may sound. Perfectionist struggle with unrealistic standards, criticism of self and others, and procrastination. This 8-week skills group will define, teach and guide you in practicing the CBT tools to manage and minimize the clinical aspects of perfectionism while maintaining your drive to progress in life. Core skills include: diminishing the inner self-critic, self-compassion, building self-worth outside of achievement, tools for procrastination, and cognitive restructuring around rigid patterns in thoughts and behaviors.

Burnout Prevention
Rekindling a Sustainable Passion for Work
In a culture of extremes like the Bay Area it can be difficult to determine how much work is too much. In this 4-week skills group you will be able to identify the typical precursors and symptoms of burnout. Apply preventive tools as well as recover from current and past episodes of burnout. Lastly, learn how to assert and advocate for oneself in work cultures of chronic overwhelm and demand.

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* 1. CONTACT INFORMATION

Name

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* 2. At what email address AND phone number would you like to be contacted to confirm group acceptance, start date, time, and location?

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* 3. Employer Company. 
[Care will be taken to NOT pair colleagues, supervisors, and direct reports in the same group.]

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* 4. GROUP FIT

How is Anxiety/ Perfectionism / Burnout impacting your life?
[If you are interested in more than one group, please order your preferences]

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* 5. What are your goals for joining this group?
Another way to think about a therapy goal is to answer the question: "If you were better able to manage your perfectionism/ anxiety/ burnout, what would be different in your life?”

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* 6. MENTAL HEALTH
**These questions are screening questions. How you answer could affect your eligibility for the group.**

Are you experiencing any crisis at this time that might make it hard for consistently attend and be present in this group?

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* 7. Are you currently struggling with unmanaged substance use issue(s) that might impede your ability to attend and participate in this group sober?

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* 8. Do you currently have thoughts, plans, or intent to harm yourself or end your life?

If your answer is "yes" please call the National Suicide Hotline in a crisis for support at 1-800-273-8255. If you have LYRA benefits you can call: 
(844) 334-4589 

(This survey is not a means of crisis communication with Inherent Value Psychology INC. and does not warrant follow up response beyond the stated support numbers provided above.)

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* 9. GROUP FEEDBACK

How did you learn about this group

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* 10. Any concerns or questions about being a member of this group?

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