No Cost Support Groups for the problematic use of Internet and screens
Boulder, CO currently offers two no-cost support groups to those struggling with screen overuse issues. Problematic Internet Technology Facilitated (PITF) Support Group occurs each Monday from 4:30-5:30. This group is facilitated by a member of our team who is knowledgeable in digital media issues. Members receive education and are encouraged to engage in discussion about their challenges and successes. Those 15 and older are encouraged to attend. Parents are welcome with their child. This group occurs at 2299 Pearl Street, Suite 310, Boulder.
The University of Colorado at Boulder’s Collegiate Recovery Center (CRC) offers a peer-led support group, Gaming Technology Addiction Recovery (GTAR), formerly known as ITAA (Internet Technology Addiction Anonymous). This group occurs each Thursday from 6-7 pm.
Both groups primary goal is to cultivate a balanced lifestyle.
Groups for Young Adults
We currently offer a group for men aged 18 and older. Men’s wellness-recovery group is for those in recovery from and seeking to be in recovery from Digital Media overuse and addiction. Members utilize the group to discuss underlying issues which influence their screen use, such as social struggles, academic failure, poor self-esteem, identity confusion, and more. The licensed clinician who facilitates this group encourages face-to-face connection, improved communication skills, collaboration with peers, and to engage socially with members. This group requires a 8 week commitment.
DBT Groups for Young Adults
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) Life Management Group is currently provided to young adults. Contact us for further information.
Groups which will be occurring in time are for teens and parents.
If you are interested in our Men’s wellness-recovery group or upcoming groups, please contact us for more information.