SEEKING, CONNECTING, UNDERSTANDING
Group therapy is a powerful tool for personal growth and healing. In a supportive group environment, individuals can gain insights into their own patterns of behavior and learn from the experiences of others. This can help reduce feelings of isolation and provide a sense of belonging and validation. Group therapy also offers opportunities to practice new skills in a safe and supportive setting, which can help build confidence and resilience. Led by a licensed therapist, our groups use evidence-based techniques to help members develop new skills and strategies for managing their symptoms and improving their overall well-being.
Types of Supportive Groups
These groups utilize the interpersonal dynamics present in the group to aid clients in gaining an increased understanding of their own communication styles and relational patterns. They are also a venue for the giving and receiving of feedback from others in similar situations.
Interpersonal Process Group
Men's Process Group
Skills-based groups allow clients to learn effective skills for emotional regulation, stress management, interpersonal skills, relaxation, and similar areas.
Core Principles of Mental and Emotional Fitness for Men