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GROUP THERAPY

Group therapy is a very dynamic approach where you can improve your relationships in a safe and confidential setting. Group members learn effective strategies from one another to slowly make changes and transform their lives. 

Find out which group is best for you with a free consultation!

 
 
 
 
 

ADULT GROUP: IMPROVING YOUR LIFE/CREATING HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS

Ages: 26-70+

Meets: Weekly

Purpose: Adults who would like to create better relationships with their partners, at work, in their families, and in all aspects of their lives. Greatly improve communication skills, work through social anxiety, gain confidence, and be more comfortable with your feelings and identity.  

YOUNG ADULT GROUP:

Ages: 22-30

Meets: Weekly

Purpose: Young adults who may be having difficulty in transitioning into the next chapter of their lives can find comfort in this group. This is the perfect place for individuals who are out of college and beginning their careers. Members will have the chance to discuss this very difficult and challenging phase in a supportive environment.

COLLEGE-AGED GROUP:

Ages: 18-24

Meets: Weekly

Purpose: Students in college who are having strong emotional feelings and making poor choices that are interfering with their life.  This group will enable people to sort out and express their feelings, find strategies to help cope with stress, and begin to enjoy their lives once again.

TEEN GROUP:

Ages: 13-18

Meets: Weekly

Purpose: Teenagers, both boys and girls, who need additional support and even just a place to vent are invited to join us.  Here, teens can work through their anxiety, depression, identity, isolation, school issues, worries, drug use, and family issues. (A separate group meets for parents once per month as a means of support.)

TRAINING GROUP FOR CLINICIANS:

Ages: All

Meets: Bi-weekly

Purpose: This group is for clinicians and it is slightly different than a traditional supervision group. Group members will not just talk about cases but also talk about their feelings in the here and now. The goal is for the clinician to grow as a professional by using these present feelings as a way to inform their future clinical work. It is a very lively and dynamic process.