Butler Behavioral Health offers many different groups for clients. If you have questions about a particular group please contact your mental health provider at BBH for locations, days, times and referral process.



Middletown AOD Group. Peer group to support building skills towards gaining sobriety and maintaining sobriety. Exploring topics related to use and creating skills to cope with cravings, emotional and environmental triggers, as well as everyday life management. 


Bizzy Buddyz. A social skills group for children with ADHD (ages 5-8). 


Expressions Through Art.  A group designed to address social and interpersonal skill building as well as symptom management.  Through art activities clients will have the opportunity to improve their skills in a group setting. 


Expressive Activities. To encourage self-expression through creative activities.  To build social skills and to promote positive communication.  To reduce stress and anxiety.


Expressive Writing. The Expressive Writing group provides clients an opportunity to begin, cultivate, and share from their writing practices in community. Lessons will be provided on themes and skills that will promote self-expression and skillful writing.


Job Club. Job club is a great way to search for employment with the support of a jobs specialist. Our vocational case managers often have leads of employers in the area and are able to help individuals prepare interviews and assist with employment assessments that are often required with the online application process.


Mindfulness for Beginners. Discover how you can relax your mind and body.  Easy to learn exercises you can use anywhere, anytime.


Picking up the Pieces. This is a therapeutic scrapbooking group designed to teach clients how to recognize, accept and cope with feelings, increase self-expression, and improve interpersonal skills.  Clients will create personal scrapbooks to be kept and enjoyed for years to come.  Some materials provided.


Speak Easy (women only.) Support group for women diagnosed with depression, mood disorder or anxiety. Topics may vary weekly.


Stepping Out. This group is for clients who are isolated, lack personal support, and are ready to make connections, but not yet in the community. This group often serves as a step towards further social and community involvement. During the group, clients practice connecting with others and learn personal skills to more flexibly manage distress.


Women’s Group. Group of women learning about/discussing different topics, including: communication, boundaries, DBT skills, etc. First half of group is sharing/offering support for one another, second half is lesson/activity.


WorkPlace Associates Open Orientation & Intake. WPA orientation in the introductory stage of the intake process. This is a great way to learn what all the program has to offer while having an employment specialist answer any questions you may have.