Group therapy is a powerful form of therapy that induces new perspectives. It creates a tribe that is dedicated to learning, supporting, growing, and healing it's members. Find out which group can help you.
For women of all ages to gain perspective over the challenges they are facing, receive support, and help with healing and restoring their faith and confidence within themselves.
In the group, partners work together to create a vision of how they want their relationship to be. Group therapy sessions provide couples with the tools to build a stronger, more loving relationship and how to handle challenges and differences that all couples encounter.
Teen Girls Therapy Group provides a supportive environment for girls to navigate the transition of their parents' divorce, the challenges of adolescence, and celebrate their unique identity. Girls will learn how to boost self-confidence, strengthen interpersonal relationships, develop empathy and connectedness, and cope more effectively with daily stressors.
Divorce Recovery Group coming soon...
Groups provide support. You can gain a sense of relief from hearing that others struggle with similar issues. It lessens feelings of loneliness and isolation. Often people feel that they are the only person they know with anxiety, not feeling good enough, depression, relationship issues, grief, etc., but it’s simply not true.
Groups provide a sounding board. If, for example, you talk about a fight you had with your partner, group members can see things that you don’t. Hearing from other people about how you come across can be very powerful. You will receive a range of perspectives on your situation that can help you address your issue differently than you would have before.
Groups can propel you forward. Hearing how other members successfully confronted a family member, upheld a boundary, or successfully used a coping skill can be very encouraging. You may feel motivated to push yourself when you see that others have had success in the same area.
Group therapy is cost effective. Some people believe that group therapy is less effective because it costs less, but that is a myth. Participating in the right group at the right time can be incredibly powerful. Some believe group therapy is more beneficial than individual therapy.
Groups teach you about yourself. Every person in the group holds up a mirror and you get to see yourself through their eyes. They can gently point out your blind spots that are preventing you from addressing your presenting problems.
Groups offered online. Most of the groups offered also have an online group option. This option would be beneficial to parents that can't find or afford additional childcare, those not close enough to attend in person, working professionals that need more flexibility, or those more comfortable attending group from home. There is a separate day/time for online group just check click on any link about to find out more information. Group therapy has its limits but for the right person can be just as effective as the in-person therapy.