Group therapy is a process through which a small group of people (usually six to ten) meet face-to-face with a trained group therapist to talk about a particular issue with which all participants are struggling—such as grief/loss, anger management, eating disorders, depression, anxiety, relationship issues, etc.
Under the direction of the group therapist, participants share and explore their feelings and behaviors, hear different points of view and coping strategies, and receive encouragement from others facing similar issues. Group therapy provides participants a powerful opportunity to share and learn from others in a safe and supportive environment while working toward healing, change and growth.
We offer the following groups:
– Anxiety Group for teens and adolescents
– Depression Group for teens and adolescents
– Women’s Support Group
– Women in Recovery
– Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Groups for Adults (Focusing on Depression, Anxiety or Eating Disorders)
– Emotion-Focused Therapy Group for Couples
– Parent Support Group (for parents with children with mental health issues)