Support Groups

Lake Pointe Counseling Center Brochure

Support groups are small groups of people interested in the support of others who are facing similar challenges. The groups are structured around the topic, led by trained facilitators, and are a great resource for building relationships while growing through life’s challenges.

 

To register for groups, call 469-698-2250
Childcare is provided for all groups at no cost Birth-5th grade, 7 pm - 9 pm

Interior Map:
Interior map of Rockwall Campus


:: Support Groups

Fall Groups begin September 4, 2014

Groups begin at 7 pm unless otherwise listed.

Depression Support Group
A support group for those struggling with depression or family members of those who are depressed. Rm. W202

Breaking the Cycle of Hurtful Family Relationships
Learn how to stop cycle of family dysfunction. Rm. W212

Making Peace With Your Past
A support group to help you understand how self-concept and view of God are influenced by the past.
Rm. W208

Search for Significance
Discovering how to base self-worth on God’s grace and approval.
Rm. W204

Safe People
How to find relationships that are good for you and avoid those that aren’t.
Rm. W206

Divorce Care
Support for those experiencing the pain of separation and in the process of divorce.
Rm. W214

Divorce Recovery
Recovery process to rebuild your life after a divorce.
Rm. W220

Grief Support (Ongoing)
Support for those who have lost a loved one. Open each week to new members.
Rm. A103

Infertility Support
Support and encouragement for your journey through infertility.
Meets first Thursday of each month • 7 pm • Rm. W212

Families of Those That are Incarcerated
Are you a family member or friend of someone who is incarcerated? Please know that you are not alone. One in four people have a family member or friend that’s incarcerated.
Meets second Tuesday of each month • 6:30 pm • Annex C

:: Health and Wellnesss

First Place 4 Health
This 12-week program emphasizes weight loss and living a balanced, Christ-centered life. Orientation meetings are required to participate and will be held on the following dates at the Rockwall Campus:

Sunday, August 10 • 3:30 pm • Rm. A109
Thursday, August 14 • 7 pm • Rm. A109

Cancer Support Group (Ongoing))
For those diagnosed with cancer to receive encouragement, education, resources, and hear periodic special speakers.
Meets Sundays • 4 pm • Rm. A103

:: Children and Youth

Begins Thursday, September 4 • 7 pm (Unless otherwise indicated)

Boys Mentoring
Christian men with teens ages 11-17 in a fun-filled and meaningful relationship. Gym *Preregistration required.

Girls Mentoring
Christian women with teens ages 11-17 in a fun-filled and meaningful relationship. Rm. W102 *Pre-registration required.

:: Childcare and Materials

Childcare provided for all evening groups, birth - grade 5.

Materials available for purchase for all groups at the first meeting.

:: Recovery Groups


Recovery For Life

Thursdays • 7 pm • Rm. W300 • West Wing Building Rockwall Campus
Using a Christ-centered, 12-step program approach, Recovery for Life addresses life-controlling issues such as substance abuse, codependency/dysfunctional relationships and sexual purity.

7 pm • Music/Teaching/Testimonies
7:30 pm • Support Groups
8:30 - 9 pm • Fellowship



Substance Abuse Group
For those struggling with life-controlling additions such as drugs, alcohol, prescription medication, etc.

Codependent/Troubled Relationships Group
For those struggling with recurring emotional, relational, boundary issues, or an addiction to a person.
 
Faithful and True
For men involved with pornography, affairs and/or sexual addiction seeking after sexual purity.

Restored and Redeemed
For women spouses who are seeking healing from the effects of betrayal.

Celebrate Recovery

:: Wednesday | 7 pm | Town East Campus
:: Friday | 7 pm | Richland Campus


N.A. Meeting

Traditional 12-step program for those struggling with a drug-related issue. Saturday • 7 pm • Annex E
Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays • 8 pm • Annex E


AA Meetings

Traditional 12-step group for anyone who desires not to drink alcohol.

  For Men & Women
    Monday - Friday • Noon • Annex E
    Tuesday & Thursday • 6:30 pm • Annex E
    Wednesday • 7 am • Annex E
  For Women Only
    Monday • 6 pm • Annex E
  For Men Only
    Saturday • 9 am • Annex E

AL-ANON (RW Campus)

Traditional 12-step group for family and friends of alcoholics.
Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays • Noon • Rm. A103
Tuesday • 7 pm • Rm. A103

:: Healing Groups

Contact the Counseling Office at 469.698.2250. All calls are confidential.
 

Sexual Abuse Recovery for Women and Men
Recovery from the losses of sexual abuse through support of Biblical solutions to wholeness.
Sexual Abuse Recovery for Men begins October 14 at 6:30 pm
Sexual Abuse Recovery for Women call 469.698.2250 for the next start date.

Women Healing From Betrayal
Personal healing for those wounded by someone through affairs, pornography, or sexual addiction.
Call 469.698.2250 for the next start date.

Anger Management Group
Professionally led and fee-based group for adults.

Adoption Home Studies
Performed by Lake Pointe Counseling Center staff at nominal cost. For more information or to schedule call 469.698.2250.

:: Other Care Ministries

Professional Christian Counseling
When facing life’s deeper and more difficult issues, the Bible recommends that we seek wise counsel. Lake Pointe meets this need by providing onsite, Christ-centered professional counseling. Both male and female counselors are available. Fees are lower than comparable services in our community. For further information or to make an appointment, call 469.698.2250.

Stephen Ministry
A one-on-one care giving ministry. Trained, caring believers reach out through listening, prayer and support to those going through a tough time. For a confidential conversation, call Carolyn Wheat, Stephen Ministry Coordinator, 214.246.3443.

Building A Better Marriage
Next Seminar: September 6  |  Rockwall Campus

Presented two times a year, this three-and-a-half-hour seminar is for married and pre-married couples. Presenters include:

Steve Stroope - Lead Pastor of Lake Pointe Church
Carolyn Sidereas - Director of Lake Pointe Counseling
Gary Shepherd - Director of New Hope Financial Fitness.

Cost: $40 per couple, which includes breakfast, manual, and childcare.
Call 469.698.2250 for more information or register online at Building a Better Marriage

Service of Remembrance
Monday, December 8 | 7 pm | Chapel | Rockwall Campus
Special candlelight service during the holiday season for people to remember the lives of those they have lost.

:: RE|ENGAGE

For married or newly married couples. Learn more at lakepointe.org/reengage

:: Contact Information

Call 469.698.2250, 8 am - 5 pm weekdays or leave a message on the 24-hour voice mail.
All calls are confidential.

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