EPICenter Group Schedules

2022 Groups 

We've expanding our in-person groups! Please note that we have moved some group times to 5 p.m. to give more time for members and families to travel to our clinic. Download the group flier pdf.

Social Club, open to all EPICenter members
In person, Tuesdays & Thursdays, 4-5 p.m. 
Drop in for a casual hour of conversation, board games, ping-pong and other fun activities.

EPICenter Adolescent Group, open to all EPICenter teenagers 15-18
In person, Tuesdays, 5-6 p.m. 
Our teenage group is back and in person. Join us to connect with other teens, practice coping skills, and share stories.

CBTp for Young Adults, 18+
In person, Tuesdays at 5 to 6 p.m. 
CBTp Group is a long standing group at EPICenter open to all members 18+. Come and join us to meet other members, share your experiences, and discuss CBT skills useful in managing emotions, organizing thoughts, and improving social interactions. 

CBTp for Young Adults, 18+
Virtual Wednesdays at 4 to 5 p.m. 
CBTp Group is a long standing group at EPICenter open to all members 18+. Come and join us to meet other members, share your experiences, and discuss CBT skills useful in managing emotions, organizing thoughts, and improving social interactions. This group meets virtually. To receive a video link, contact Diheng at Diheng.Zhang@bannerhealth.com.

Connections Group with Susan Thomas
In person, Thursdays at 5 p.m. 
Connections is open to all members. This group supports members in improving social connections in their lives. It is a fun hands-on group that includes art activities, movement, outings, and practical exercises. Ongoing, join anytime! Interested? Contact Susan Thomas 520-694-1768 or Susan.Hurt@bannerhealth.com.

​Multi-Family Group, open to all EPICenter members and their families
In person, first & third Thursdays of the month, 5-6 p.m. New time!
Back by popular demand and in person! Multi-Family Group is open to all EPICenter families and members. Join other families and our team to discuss themes relevant to mental health in young people, learn from each other’s experiences, and build a stronger supportive community.