Group therapy is a form of counseling that involves one or more therapists working with several people at the same time. For many people group therapy can be more powerful and transformative than individual therapy.
Some groups focus on interpersonal learning. Members talk about how they feel in relation to each other. In support groups, members focus more on what’s happening in their lives outside the group. There also are psychoeducational groups, where a clinician teaches members specific skills, such as anger management or dialectical behavioral therapy.
Groups typically consist of four to 10 people and meet weekly for 90 minutes. They can be as brief as several months or last as long as five to 10 years.
Please contact us if you are interested in exploring the possibility of becoming part of one of our groups.