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Group Therapy

Under the guidance of experienced therapists, supportive group therapy sessions promote sharing experiences, mutual support, and collective healing between individuals facing similar challenges.

Group Therapy

In group therapy, a small group of people meets with one of our mental health professionals to discuss their problems and experiences. Through group work, members learn more about themselves and how their issues impact their lives, as well as how to cope with and resolve them better. Members of the group provide support and encouragement to each other, as well as gain insight from each other's perspectives. Members can also share their thoughts and feelings in a safe and non-judgmental environment.

We can provide group therapy at our office, virtually, or at another location. We have provided group therapy for groups of nurses, new mothers, police officers, teenagers, and construction workers.

Support Groups Offered:

  • Men's Support Group: A space for men to explore and address issues related to masculinity, relationships, and personal growth in a supportive environment.

  • Caregiver Support Group: A supportive community for individuals caring for aging parents, loved ones, or family members, offering validation, resources, and coping strategies. *Specific groups for nurses available

  • Grief and Loss Support Group: A compassionate environment for individuals to process and navigate the emotions of grief and loss, offering validation, support, and coping strategies.

  • Single Parents Support Group: A supportive network for single parents to share experiences, gain insights, and receive encouragement in navigating the challenges of raising children alone.

  • Anxiety and Depression Support Group: A safe and understanding environment for individuals struggling with anxiety and depression to connect, share experiences, and learn coping skills together.

Don't see a group for you? 

New groups are always welcome. Let your therapist know what group you would like to see at our clinic.

"Vulnerability sounds like truth and feels like courage. Truth and courage aren’t always comfortable, but they're never weakness."


Group Therapy Outcomes

  • Increased sense of belonging and connection within the group.

  • Enhanced interpersonal skills and communication abilities.

  • Greater self-awareness and insight through shared experiences.

  • Improved coping strategies and emotional regulation skills.

  • Supportive network and mutual encouragement for personal growth and healing.

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