Group Therapy is composed of 3-8 individuals who share commonalities in dealing with specific life stressors. In group therapy the interactions between the members of the group and the clinician become the material with which the therapy is conducted, alongside past experiences and experiences outside the group. Participants explore issues in a social context that more accurately reflect real life; participants have an opportunity to benefit both through active participation and through observation; participants benefit by working through personal issues in a supportive, confidential environment and by helping each other to work through their issues. Each group is facilitated by Licensed and or Masters Level Clinician. Group topics may include but are not limited to:  

  • Parent Support Group
  • Expressive Art Therapy Techniques
  • Play Therapy Group
  • Adolescent Talk Therapy Group
  • Anger management
  • Changing families
  • Bereavement
  • Socialization
  • Chronic illness