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The Healing Group (THG), a private practice women’s mental health center in Utah, announced the expansion of its therapeutic services to women and their families in two ways: It’s opening a new 2,300-square-foot facility in Salt Lake City at 6771 S. 900 East Ste 100; and it has partnered with Regroup Therapy to bring women together with expert, licensed therapists in a live video support group, allowing women to join from wherever they choose.
Having outgrown its location in Holladay, Utah, The Healing Group will move into its new location in Salt Lake City on October 15. The Healing Group has another location to serve women at 384 E. 400 South Ste C in Springville, Utah.
The Healing Group’s women’s mental health services include pregnancy and postpartum mood disorders, relationships, sexuality, spirituality, identity crisis, sexual abuse and addiction. In the summer, The Healing Group launched Hey Mom!, an online interactive awareness campaign to connect women around postpartum depression and related disorders.
“In three and half years, we’ve grown from one therapist who was renting space from us to nine fulltime therapists at two locations serving Salt Lake City and Utah Counties,” said Kristin B. Hodson, MSW and LCSW, founder and executive director of The Healing Group. “Through our partnership with Regroup Therapy, we’re now able to reach women in remote areas and those unable to get childcare or come into the center.”
“We are thrilled that through our partnership with The Healing Group, we can now make Regroup's therapeutic services available to women in Utah,” said David Cohn, co-founder of Regroup Therapy. “By bringing the support group to the user, women across the state will have access to highly-specialized medical and mental health services. It no longer matters if a woman is in Salt Lake City or Snowville. She'll get the support she needs.”