- Group Therapy
Different types of groups are offered occasionally, on an as-needed basis. All groups have a therapist to organize and help the group process. Below are different types of groups:
Process groups tend to focus on the group itself rather than a specific topic or theme. This type of group helps members with interpersonal development. This means developing and learning ways of interacting with others in a space that can be both safe and challenging.
Groups aimed at a specific topic will include supportive, educational, and relational parts. Topics for a specific group may be parenting, young professionals, depression, or anxiety. Group members will be able to learn about these topics, as well as, share their personal experiences. With a Masters of Art in Teaching (MAT) and an adjunct position at Westminster College, I balance what we know from the research and academia with the therapeutic process.
Feel free to get in touch about group offerings or suggest a group topic.