What Is Group Therapy?
- Support Groups are often centered around a specific life experience or demographic. For example, a grief support group or a support group for individuals who experienced a recent natural disaster in their area.
- Process Groups are a little bit different. This is because the group is focused on what is happening in the present moment within the group. It helps take a closer look at interpersonal dynamics. This helps individuals receive feedback and strengthen their interpersonal relationship skills.
- Psychoeducational Groups are the most structured type of group. Often these groups will follow a plan or curriculum that is focused on a specific skill or educational goal. For example, a mindfulness group or DBT skills group.Groups can vary in size but at our practice, we believe small group sizes are best. Often including five to seven group members.
How Group Therapy Can Support the Healing Process:
What Are The Benefits of Group Therapy?
- You are not alone
- More Affordable
- Learn new strategies or different ways to approach similar situations. Exchange helpful resources
- Increase Self-Awareness and Effect of Behavior on Others
- Promotes Communication and Social Skills
Surviving Narcissistic Abuse
If you or someone you know has experienced or is in a situation of abuse there are resources available in your community.
Connect with peers who understand you in a safe virtual environmen
This group will be a long-term interpersonal process group. The goal is to provide space for female adults from all races and sexual orientations to bring their struggles to the group and process their feelings with one another.
Therapy For Therapists
This therapy specialty is for licensed and pre-licensed clinicians