Group Psychotherapy


People primarily learn about themselves and the world through social interaction.

Joining a therapeutic group offers a safe and confidential environment for members to look more clearly at their relationships with others and themselves.


We all come from groups, but we call them families.  Our families have unconsciously shaped who we are and how we behave, for better or worse. The kind of difficulties that you experience in your life are likely to recur within the group.  This allows for unique opportunities to look more closely at your relationships and, with the help of the group psychotherapist and other groups members, discover new perspectives and possibilities.