Group Therapy


Group therapy involves one or more therapists who lead a group of five to eight clients. A group will usually meet for an hour a week, although some group therapy is more intensive and will meet more frequently. Some group therapies require people to also attend individual therapy sessions.

Most groups are designed to target a specific problem, such as depression, grief, anxiety, chronic pain, or addiction, while other groups focus more generally on improving relationships, social skills, or learning coping skills.

Contact us to learn more about Group Therapy options.


Our Therapists Who Specialize in this Area

As a therapist I create a collaborative therapeutic relationship to ensure my client’s goals are always addressed. I have been trained in a wide range of therapeutic approaches and I use the one that…

More info Jacqueline Creley PsyD

As a therapist I take into account the complexity of human beings - always interacting with our environment, with others, and with ourselves.

More info Janna Schriber MS, LPC, NCC

As a therapist I use an integrated therapeutic approach drawing from systemic, cognitive behavioral, relational, and interpersonal theories.

More info Ken Young PsyD., LP

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