Group therapy provides a laboratory for you to experiment with ways of seeing and being seen. How do other people really experience you? What kinds of effects do you have on them? What’s it like to openly share the things you’ve hidden all your life? What if you found out you weren’t really alone?
Our supportive group leaders are all qualified psychotherapists who can help you explore the rich potential of living fully and creatively. You’ll learn to cope with problems that seemed insurmountable, to overcome symptoms and self-limiting beliefs, and to find a balance between holding strong protective boundaries and taking beneficial social risks.
Group therapy has been proven effective for a wide variety of mental health issues, and for simply improving health and quality of life. It can be a great low-cost alternative to individual therapy, or a way to supercharge the progress you’re making in one-on-one therapy sessions.
Experienced with DBT and attachment-based approaches to trauma and addiction.
Specializes in helping people work through grief and trauma.
Focuses on psychodynamic approaches for deep healing.
Promotes mindful living, self-compassion, and emotional resilience.
Helps people learn to value their themselves & their experiences.
Focused on healing trauma and social anxiety, and facilitating personal growth.
Helps people regain hope in spite of the most difficult circumstances.
Skilled in working with complex trauma, severe & chronic mental illness, autism, and ADHD.
Experienced with trauma, disabilities, chronic pain, domestic violence, and relationship problems.
Helps young women, survivors of trauma, police & first responders, and others who need help hanging in there.
Helps people work through trauma, identity issues, & tough life transitions.
Provides psychological assessment & treatment planning. Specialties in complex trauma, autism spectrum, and clinical hypnosis.
This group focuses on helping participants learn to be authentic and take emotional risks, to maintain appropriate boundaries, and feel less alone.