Current Group Offerings:
6 Week Adult Virtual Grief and Loss Group
Virtual Group for Adults in NC, VA, PA, CO, DE, GA, IL, AZ, MO, NE, NV, NH, OK, UT and more!
July 09, 2021 – December 10, 2021
Are you grieving the loss of a family member or friend? Are you wondering, “Will I ever be okay again?” Do you wonder If you will ever be able to stop crying? Or, maybe, you wonder when you will start? Are you constantly questioning yourself, your decisions, and interactions with those around you? Are you avoiding memories or reminders of your loss? If you answered yes to any of the above, this supportive space is for you.
Previous Group Offerings:
Teen LGBTQI+ Virtual 8-Week Group
High school can be tough! Hormones, peer pressure, relationships, bullying, academics, social media, and navigating one’s identity can feel overwhelming. Specifically, many teens may also have questions relating to their sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, etc. If you have a high schooler, or rising high schooler, who has expressed feeling as though their gender does not match their sex assigned at birth, that they are unclear about their romantic, physical, emotional, or sexual attraction, or are exploring various terms and how they may apply to them (i.e., transgender, non-binary, gender fluid, gender queer, bisexual, pansexual, demisexual, gay, lesbian, etc.), this group is for them. Additionally, stressors and challenges specifically related to social distancing, isolation, at-home schooling, and COVID-19 will be explored! Call/email today to learn more.
Trauma and grief take many forms. This last year has been a time of unprecedented trauma, grief, and loss for so many. Gather together, with a licensed psychologist, to learn more about signs/symptoms of trauma, coping strategies, and” treatment options In an Inclusive, supportive environment. Call/email today to learn more.
Are you having a difficult time handling the struggles in your life?
Could you use a non-judgemental ear to listen, somebody who really understands what you’re going through?
Do you really need to talk to somebody, but you don’t know who would be willing to listen?
Do you wish you had more of a sense of community in your life, instead of feeling alone?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then group therapy could be the solution you’ve been seeking. Group therapy differs from individual therapy by holding therapeutic sessions in a group setting run by a therapist instead of in a private one-on-one setting with a therapist. In these group sessions, patients share their thoughts and experiences with the whole group, allowing them to support one another while being supported by a group of people who understand what you’re going through.
If you’ve been feeling hopeless or alone lately, or struggling with a problem in your life that feels unsurmountable, group therapy could help you improve your everyday life.
Group therapy helps you find a sense of community with others who are going through similar things as you while giving you access to valuable therapy that can truly help you feel better.
So if any of these sound like you…
- You keep worrying about the same problem over and over
- You wish you could trust someone with your secret struggle
- You want to stop feeling so alone in what you’re going through
- You’re interested in therapy, but want to try something lower pressure than individual therapy
- You wish you felt more understood by others
- You’re looking for expert help improving your life
…Then group therapy could be right for you.
Group therapy’s effectiveness lies in its ability to help you find connections with other people and their experiences. These therapist-guided sessions will help you learn more about yourself and how to improve the way you feel while feeling support from others who understand your experience.
If you’re looking for help in improving your everyday life – or for a more community-oriented therapy experience – you would be a great fit for our group therapy services. Please reach out to me today for an assessment for group therapy or to schedule your first appointment.