On-going Groups

Beth Paras Licensed Psychotherapist

Beth Paras
Licensed Psychotherapist

DBT Group

DBT Group may be the right treatment for you…
In DBT, four skills modules are designed to specifically assist individuals in better managing behavioral, emotional and cognitive instability. The goal is to help people with problems with mood, episodic depression, irritability or anxiety, intense or chaotic relationships, impulsivity, stress and feelings of emptiness.

In DBT skills group, you will learn ways to:

  • Understand what you are feeling and why
  • Manage emotions
  • Improve relationships
  • Get through a crisis without making things worse
  • Develop a life worth living

How often does group happen and for how long?

  • Groups meet weekly. A minimum commitment of one year is requested.

When are groups offered? Days/Times:

  • There are a couple of groups offered, usually in the evenings. Please contact Lakefront Wellness Center for further information.

Who are the groups open to?

  • Adult Women
  • Adolescent Females (ages 13-17)

This is an open group that meets Tuesday mornings! New members are always welcome!

Please contact Beth to sign up at 262-695-8857 ext. 19.

Beth Paras Licensed Psychotherapist

Beth Paras
Licensed Psychotherapist

Restoration Anonymous

Recovery Group for Victims of Narcissistic & Emotional Abuse

Not all wounds are visible.  This group is for adult women who have experienced any form of emotional abuse, either from a parent, sibling, spouse, supervisor at work, clergy, etc.

In this group, we will guide you through 6 different phases of recovery:

  1. Despair:  Survivors will identify their Despair from having been abused.
  2. Education:  Survivors will be provided psychoeducation on specific ways abusers harm others.
  3. Awakening:  This is the point in recovery when survivors have the “aha moment”.
  4. Boundaries:  Survivors will be taught different types of boundary setting and ways they can start implementing those boundaries.
  5. Restoration:  Survivors will be given tools to start their own journey of restoration, whether it is restoration of material items, life event moments, financial stability, physical health, mental health, or any other losses the survivor identifies as having been stolen during their season of abuse.
  6. Maintenance:  This stage will teach each survivor how to fully live their life of recovery with the confidence and skills to keep themselves safe from future abuse.

Any woman is welcome to this group regardless of where you are in your journey…you may have left your abuser years ago, you may currently be in an abusive situation, or you may not have any intention of leaving your abuser.

We are here for all of you. Please contact Beth: (262)695-8857 ext. 19

Tyler Loomis Licensed Professional Counselor

Tyler Loomis
Licensed Professional Counselor

Men’s Process Group

What is process group?

      • A process group usually consists of around 5-8 people who meet regularly for the common purpose of finding out more about who they are and what they would like to change in their personal lives and relationships with others.

Who is this process group for?

      • This group is for men, both married or unmarried, but in a committed relationship and looking to make improvements in the overall communication and relational connection they have with their significant other (Participants must commit to a minimum of 6 sessions.)

What will I get out of it?

      • Teachings and exercises will equip men to connect, communicate well and resolve conflict in a healthy, appropriate manner.

What will we do?

      • He said/she said . . . Empathy: getting to the heart of good communication
      • He said/she said . . . Are you living in the land of assumption?
      • Four Horseman #1: Criticism – Four Horseman #2: Contempt
      • Four Horseman #3: Defensiveness
      • Four Horseman #4: Stonewalling
      • Sex: big deal or no big deal?
      • The Anatomy and Physiology of Anger and Forgiveness

This is an open group that meets every Monday evening. New members are always welcome! If you would like to join please call our office or Tyler Loomis at 262-695-8857 ext. 15

Dr. Beth Johnson
Clinical Psychologist


Group for Mild High Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder (HFASD) Teens 

Why? Okay, so you have ASD and you are neuro-atypical…now what??? It is time to focus on your uniqueness as a type of strength and possible even a type of giftedness. So you are not exactly like everyone else, you are made a little different…I see that as a good thing!   In the meantime, let’s try to find a place where others are unique in similar ways and we can find support in sharing.


  • Support for teens who need a place to belong
  • Support and understanding for difficulties with social awkwardness, social anxiety, and social isolation
  • Social Skill Building
  • Self-Awareness/Other Awareness support
  • Strength and Optimism Focus rather than disability focus
  • Must be referred by a therapist

If you would like to join, contact Alyssa Boley at 262-695-8857 ext. 1 or lakefrontwellnesscenter@outlook.com


Group for Moms 

“Being a mother is learning about strengths you didn’t know you had,

Stacy Hoag
Licensed Psychotherapist

and dealing with fears you didn’t know existed”- Linda Wooten

This group is for moms who are expecting a baby, or who welcomed a child within the last two years.

Topics covered in this group:

-treating depression and anxiety symptoms

-changes in relationship with spouse or partner

-returning to work for those who plan to

-wrestling with “Mom guilt”

-helping older child/children adjust to their new sibling

This is an open group that meets every other Thursday evening. New members are always welcome! If you are interested, please contact Stacy Hoag at 262-695-8857 ext. 18 or lakefrontwellnesscenter@outlook.com


Contact Us

Lakefront Wellness Center, S.C.

Phone: 262-695-8857
Fax: 262-695-8879



Monday through Thursday
9am to 5pm

Evenings, Friday and Saturday:
Limited availability of some Therapists, call for more information
Changing LIFE...one relationship at a time!