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Welcome to the Woodland Group

At The Woodland Group in Lexington, KY, our team of compassionate and skilled psychotherapists is dedicated to providing you with the support and care you need to thrive.



Chronic depression, also known as dysthymia, is a form of depression that lasts for two years or more, characterized by persistent sadness, a profound loss of interest in previously enjoyable activities, sleep disturbances, fatigue, significant weight changes, and feelings of hopelessness. At our clinic, we approach chronic depression with a blend of professionalism and empathy, utilizing evidence-based practices and tailoring treatment to each individual's unique experiences. We believe in collaborating closely with our clients in a non-judgmental atmosphere, aiming to alleviate symptoms, restore hope, and improve quality of life.

Chronic Depression

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Treatment-resistant anxiety affects individuals who continue to experience significant anxiety symptoms despite undergoing standard treatments, including medication and psychotherapy. It's common in various anxiety disorders, such as generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), and social anxiety disorder, among others. Research suggests that a significant portion of anxiety sufferers might not find relief from initial treatments. If you find yourself struggling with persistent anxiety symptoms, know that alternative and more personalized therapeutic approaches are available. Together, we can explore and identify the treatment path explicitly tailored to your needs and circumstances, offering new hope and strategies for managing anxiety.

Treatment Resistant Anxiety

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Narcissistic Abuse Syndrome, not officially recognized as a diagnosable condition, encompasses the mental and emotional trauma experienced by individuals from prolonged abuse by someone exhibiting narcissistic traits or behaviors. This abuse involves psychological manipulation tactics like hoovering, gaslighting, love bombing, silent treatment, and more. These strategies undermine the victim's reality, confidence, and autonomy. Victims may face anxiety, self-doubt, and other challenges. Understanding these tactics is vital to healing. We aim to create a supportive environment where individuals feel seen and understood. We strive to empower those affected by narcissistic abuse to rebuild their confidence and resilience.

Narcissistic Abuse Syndrome

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Maladaptive perfectionism is a psychological pattern characterized by setting unattainably high goals and tying self-worth entirely to achievements. This form of perfectionism can profoundly impact one's well-being, leading to chronic stress, anxiety, and self-esteem issues. It often manifests in behaviors such as procrastination, avoidance, and an inability to feel satisfied with one’s accomplishments. Consequently, individuals may experience difficulty in personal relationships, professional setbacks, and even physical health problems like insomnia. Our approach seeks to understand and work collaboratively on strategies that address these challenges, fostering resilience and healthy goal-setting in a supportive, non-judgmental environment.

Maladaptive Perfectionism

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Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a psychological condition that can arise after exposure to a traumatic event, causing the body's "fight or flight" response to go into overdrive. This intense reaction can lead to a heightened state of fear and anxiety, disrupting daily life. Symptoms may include flashbacks and nightmares, emotional detachment from people and activities once enjoyed, and an increased state of arousal leading to difficulties in concentration, sleep disturbances, and irritability. While these signs can emerge immediately following trauma, they may surface weeks to years later. Understanding and recognizing these symptoms is crucial for seeking timely and effective help. If you're experiencing these challenges, support and recovery are possible.

Trauma and PTSD

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High-functioning sociopathy, a facet of Antisocial Personality Disorder (ASPD), manifests uniquely. Individuals with this condition often blend seamlessly into societal norms, skillfully mimicking emotions and responses to camouflage their disregard for right and wrong and the feelings of others. Despite their ability to function effectively in daily life and social settings, their internal experience lacks genuine empathy and connection, posing challenges in forming authentic relationships. Understanding and identifying these characteristics is crucial for seeking appropriate therapy and support in a safe, non-judgmental environment designed to promote healing and growth.

High Functioning Sociopathy

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Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) affects individuals across the lifespan with key behavioral challenges in inattentiveness, hyperactivity, and impulsiveness. Individuals may find concentrating on tasks challenging, feel a constant need to move, and may act without considering the consequences. Despite these hurdles, ADHD does not define one’s potential. With personalized support and evidence-based treatments, those with ADHD can harness their unique strengths, leading fulfilling lives. Understanding and managing ADHD is a collaborative journey toward well-being, emphasizing the importance of finding strategies that resonate on an individual level. Our approach focuses on empowering each person to reach their greatest potential in a supportive, understanding environment.


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Personality disorders embody long-term patterns of behavior and inner experience that significantly impact an individual's quality of life. These conditions influence how people think about themselves and others, respond emotionally, relate to others, and control their behavior. Our approach acknowledges the complexities of these disorders, emphasizing evidence-based, tailored therapy in a non-judgmental and empathetic environment. We collaborate with you to explore these behaviors and thought patterns, offering support and guidance toward a path of meaningful change and improved well-being.

Personality Disorders

Our Team

The therapists at Woodland Group are compassionate and skilled professionals from diverse backgrounds capable of addressing a wide range of psychological issues. Our trauma-informed practitioners provide support to educated, high-achieving individuals who are striving for excellence in both their personal and professional lives. Our approach is tailored, collaborative, and focused on creating a supportive, non-judgmental atmosphere to facilitate meaningful change and healing.


At The Woodland Group, we strive to provide truly personalized therapy. We recognize that there is no one-size-fits-all solution to mental health issues, so we work with our clients to create a tailored approach that fits their individual needs. We are committed to providing high-quality, evidence-based therapy services to individuals and families in Lexington and surrounding areas.

Through our commitment to understanding the needs of our clients, we can provide personalized and effective therapy. We focus on creating a safe, non-judgmental space where our clients can work through their issues and feel more empowered and in control of their lives.

The Woodland Group

Serving Lexington, KY, and surrounding areas

201 Price Road, Suite 106, Lexington, KY 40511

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