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Grops: Services

What Are Groups?

Fircrest Behavioral Health offers a variety of Groups to help you live to your live's full potential. Check out the descriptions below for DBT informed Groups, Parent Support Groups and Group Therapy Groups. If you have any questions feel free to reach out and we'll make sure they get answered.

Group Therapy

Teen Support Group (DBT Informed)

In this ongoing DBT informed* weekly support group, teens will gather to learn and grow in life skills for stress, anxiety, emotional regulation, relationships, and mindfulness.

Disclaimer: *This is not DBT to fidelity: There will be only one group leader, not providing 24/7 support, not requiring individual DBT therapists, and there will be some time for members to process), but the skills covered will be textbook DBT from the manual. Stephen Black is also accepting new clients for DBT-informed psychotherapy if needed. See the flier here.

Who: Teens, Age 13-17

Where: 7700 NE Parkway Dr. #130 Vancouver, WA 98662

When: Tuesdays, 4pm-5pm

Cost: $200 Per Month

Covering 4 Weeks/Month

Start up any time!

Contact Stephen Black, LMHCA

Phone: 360-207-1654


Little People With Big Feelings

This interactive and creative arts group is for children ages 5-9 and their parent(s)/guardian(s) to learn and practice skills for identifying and managing emotions in everyday life! Come join us for the first 4 Tuesday mornings in August, from 10am-11:30am, by signing up today. See the flier here.

$150 for 4 weeks, all supplies provided. Discount offered for multiple children. Group is contingent on a minimum of 5 participating families. Families must register before 7/25/23.

Contact Kat Firzgerald, CNA

Phone: 360-207-1840


Parent Skills and Support Group

For people of all ages and stages in life! You do not have to be a parent to learn new skills and boundaries. Join parent/family coach and independent Love and Logic Facilitator, Kathryn Fitzgerald, as she walks a community of parents, specialists, and educators through the Parenting the Love and Logic Way® Curriculum in this course and supports you with her 13 years of experience. All families have the option of continuing in the extended "Trauma Informed" or "Special Needs" groups after the completion of the 6 week course. See the flier here.


All Listed Rates include the primary foundational course and covers up to 3 adult caregivers/ parents/guardians.

  • Parenting the Love and Logic Way (6 week program) : $150

  • Parenting the Love and Logic Way and Trauma Informed (10 week Program): $250

  • Parenting the Love and Logic Way and Special Needs (8 week Program): $200

*Partial scholarship applications are available for individuals and families upon request. Group discounts are offered to organizations, churches, and schools who wish to host classes.

Contact Kat Firzgerald, CNA

Phone: 360-207-1840


Middle School Creatives Support Group


Do you have a middle schooler who loves the arts? Do  you know a preteen who struggles with identifying or expressing their feelings at home or in social circles, but thrive with artistic expression? Would your child benefit from a safe space to meet with peers and create together as they learn skills for managing anxiety, focus, peer relationships, or mindfulness? This weekly skills training class provides a space for youth, ages 10-13, to come and spend some time to explore a variety of the creative arts while supporting one another and learning life skills to help them thrive! See the flier here.


When: Thursday Evenings through July, 7pm -8:30pm


  • $150 per child for 4 weeks

  • $250 for siblings

*Scholarship applications available on request

Contact Kat Firzgerald, CNA

Phone: 360-207-1840


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