A lot of people are reluctant to give group therapy a try. ("Is it like AA?" "What if I know someone?" "I don't want to hear about other people's problems...")

I'm here to tell you that group is seriously one of the most amazing ways to receive therapy support. You learn about yourself, and how you came to be the person you are. You get to practice new ways of being with and understanding others (what drives you crazy, what attracts your attention, and more).

But don't take my word for it. The only way to find out if it's for you is to check it out for yourself!

Current groups:

Relationships Group: This group is for anyone who wants to have better, healthier relationships. Maybe you have trouble getting the words to come out right when you're arguing with your partner. (You have a lot of good stuff to say...but in the moment you don't express it the way you want to.) Or maybe you're trying to figure out how to STOP doing what you always do in relationships, whether that's shutting down, shouting, people-pleasing, saying things you instantly regret, or becoming angry when really you're hurt. Group work is SUCH an effective way to see our own patterns more clearly, in 3D, and in a setting where it's possible to make changes IN REAL TIME.

Therapist Training Group: For therapists who are ready for a therapeutic deep dive into self-of-the-therapist work. We explore family-of-origin dynamics, relationship patterns, people-pleasing, boundary-setting, beliefs about self, limiting beliefs about our capabilities and what's possible in work and life. Case consultation also encouraged. This is a here-and-now-based group led in the style of modern analyst Lou Ormont.

If you're interested in talking more about whether group therapy could help you reach your current goals, fill out a contact form here.

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