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Group Therapy

Group Discussion with clients sitting in circle and therapist smiling at one clent

Group therapy offers many opportunities to supplement or follow individual therapy.  While it might sound intimidating to open up in front of others, many people find the experience to be very rewarding.  With the support and structure provided by a trained therapist (different from many community support groups), you as a member of a therapy group get to connect with others who can truly empathize, get perspective on your own concerns, learn and practice skills, and benefit from a diverse set of viewpoints and strategies.

Please see below for current group offerings and feel free to contact me with any questions.

ACCESS: Community for People with Chronic Health Concerns & Disabilities 

Are you a person with health challenges and/or disabilities who is exhausted by obstacles, ignorance, excuses, and having to constantly advocate for yourself?  Have you felt isolated and want to connect with true peers?  If so, the ACCESS (Appreciation, Connection, Community, Empowerment, Skills, Support) group may be an important resource for you.

ACCESS is a biweekly therapy group for those who want to share experiences, strategies, and mutual support.  All adults, regardless of diagnoses (or lack thereof), who identify with any race, ethnicity, gender, sexual identity/orientation, age or spirituality, are welcome to contact me for a pre-group interview to determine if the ACCESS group is a good fit.

 

ACCESS is an open group with new members able to join at any time and requires a minimum six-month commitment.  Our space is physically accessible, and I encourage you to inquire about other accommodations. 

WISDOM: Community for Women in Mid-Life 

Many women in mid-life are managing work of some type, caretaking of children and/or aging parents, maintaining relationships with partners and friends, dealing with physical and emotional changes due to peri/menopause, and searching for their own individual fulfillment.  What have you pursued personally and professionally?  Might there be goals you haven't yet explored or reached?  

 

Contemplating meaning and purpose in life is a fundamental aspect of middle adulthood.  The developmental psychologist, Erik Erikson, identified the virtue of this stage as care, the basic conflict as generatively vs stagnation, and the general needs as making contribution to society and being part of a family.

 

WISDOM is a biweekly therapy group for those who want to share experiences, strategies, and mutual support.  

Women in middle adulthood (roughly ages 40-65) who identify with any race, ethnicity, sexual identity/orientation, spirituality, and ability status are welcome to contact me for a pre-group interview to determine if the WISDOM group is a good fit.

 

WISDOM is an open group with new members able to join at any time and requires a minimum six-month commitment.  Our space is physically accessible, and I encourage you to inquire about other accommodations. 

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