ROS Men's Group
Open Chat for ROS Men's Group allumni
Support chat for individuals who live with or support a loved one living with Mood Disorders
This is a support chat for individuals living with a Neurodivergent diagnosis
This chat group is monitored by our Co-Founder and CEO Vince Caimano and other senior staff. We would be very pleased to offer you a personal welcome and answer any questions you may have.
Bipolar Support Group Chat for those that attend the Sunday Morning 9am EST Bipolar Support Group.
This group is for peer support and questions about the skills. I have been using DBT for the past 10 years and love sharing how it helps.
This chat is for those involved with the Criminal Justice system as a consequence of their behavioral health symptom management.
Designed for members interested in Anxiety Support Groups specific to the queer community.
This group is for anyone struggling with anxiety disorders: phobias, social anxiety, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, panic attacks, excessive worry or any other issues with anxiety.All peers and peer supporters are welcome to join. We have a no solicitation/no promotion policy for peer supporters.
This group is open to anyone who has or is experiencing grief: death of loved one, death of pet, loss of job or relationship and any other type of loss or issue you may be grieving.
A place for individuals to seek recovery assistance from a secular viewpoint.
Welcome! Post here to get and give support. If you are in crisis call 988, 911, or text HELP to 741741. We are not a crisis response service.
This group is for all who cope with bipolar or mood disorders. There is a weekly meeting covering many topics related to achieving wellness with bipolar disorder. Chat is supplemental to the group meetings and for anyone interested in recovery for Bipolar Disorder.
Sharing what we are all doing for wellness, living life in a way that's easier for us to manage, ideas, tips free to share here.
This chat is for people who experience symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Often PTSD stems from a moral injury, or an injury to the human spirt. Following orders and witnessing events that go against our morals and values can leave us feeling an overwhelming sense of guilt and shame that lead to an inability to feel joy, happiness, and love. This group provides a safe space to discuss how we can alleviate this not-adaptive guilt and find joy in our lives.
This chat is for anyone interested in Get It Done When You’re Depressed: 50 Strategies for Keeping Your Life on Track By Julie A. Fast and John D. Preston, and working through the book in our weekly meetings hosted by Diana and Chance.
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