Classes & Support Groups
We believe that Group Therapy can be an important part of the healing process.
Ouachita Behavioral Health & Wellness groups and classes are designed to help clients develop skills that are applicable to real life situations. It is important to us that every hour spent in a group is spent productively.
We offer a variety of confidential classes and groups that will help support you and help you with your needs. These classes are subject to change, so please call us at 501-624-7111, to obtain more details and information.
Our Classes & Support Groups
A support group for young women in their 20’s needing help with anxiety depression, coping skills, communication, and positive self-concept.
This class will give you the skills to achieve a fuller, more satisfying family life and help your children reach greater happiness and success.
A group for adults suffering from anxiety and depression.
A support group for people dealing with court involvement due to domestic violence.
Drug Alcohol Safety Education Program
A modification of standard cognitive therapy, including elements of acceptance and mindfulness.
The FEP Program is a comprehensive intervention program for people between the ages 15-34 who have recently experienced symptoms of psychosis.
For grandparents raising grandchildren that assist with skills in parenting and reaching greater happiness and success with the generational gap.
This Zoom group, Moving on From Loss, is for those grieving loss of loved ones.
For parents of kids involved with Drug Court.
Clinical group therapy that treats drug and alcohol dependence, addiction and recovery using a trauma-informed approach.
Our providers will work with you to find the right medication to help relieve the symptoms that are holding your back.
A group for women recovering from Domestic Violence. This evidenced based course helps women understand the many facets of abuse and learn to break free.
Outpatient treatment programs include education about addiction and its effects on the brain, body, and behavior.
Primary assessment is the ASI (Addiction Severity Index).
Our Wellness Day Programs assist adults with Serious Mental Illnesses to thrive within their community.
A support group for women needing help with anxiety, depression, coping skills, communication, and positive self-concept.
Request an Appointment
If you or someone you know is interested in one of these classes, please fill out the form and we will be in touch!
Warm Line: (501) 385-1588
If you wish to speak with a person regarding questions, education or resources, please call our Warm Line, Monday - Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm. The Warm Line is a non-judgmental service, providing an understanding voice and support for persons needing help. Please note this is not a Crisis or Therapy line. If you are in crisis, please dial the emergency number (800) 264-2410 or call 911.