Group therapy offers the opportunity to tell the emotionally significant story of your life, practice self-regulation & co-regulation skills and explore the challenges of interpersonal involvement.

Group members are asked to put their thoughts, feelings and impulses into words. While this sounds simple, internal resistances can arise when group members attempt to communicate difficult thoughts and feelings. By studying these resistances, we are able to articulate the processes interfering with emotional communication. We can begin to describe how we might avoid specific feelings, become uncomfortable with certain topics or become self-protective. As we become more adept at effectively expressing our internal states, we may notice greater capacity to be relationally involved. This can lead to a greater sense of belonging and lessen the pain of social isolation. It also can lead to a stronger sense of self-efficacy and more internal authority.

Being able to have all of our thoughts, feelings and impulses without having to act on them is a key component of a successful life.

Groups are scheduled at various times of the day, including early mornings.

Please call for group meeting times.