Group Therapy for Adults

Group Therapy for Adults

Group therapy facilitates self-discovery, insight, and personal growth. With the help of a therapist in this virtual group geared to adults at mid-life, ages 35-65, participants discuss relationship challenges with family, friends, and coworkers. A group of strangers talks openly about conflict resolution, negotiation skills, family dynamics, and healthy, affirming ways to engage with others. Group participants bring situations from their lives outside the group and receive feedback from the group that helps them understand themselves and their relationships with others. Often, the interpersonal dynamics people face in their lives are replicated within group therapy, and this provides a safe space, guided by a therapist, for participants to look at their way of relating to others. This group is open to people who are high-functioning and are seeking an opportunity to grow as individuals and in their relationships. The group therapy structure is modeled after an article written by psychologist John C. Rhead, Ph.D. and Susan Jacobson, LCSW-C, “A How-to Manual for Members of Psychotherapy Groups.”

Logistics: Confidentiality; maximum of 8 participants; expected weekly participation; virtual; and reimbursable by insurance. This ongoing group meets Mondays, from 1:45-3 p.m. If you’re interested in joining a group like this, please contact Dr. Cynthia Post at [email protected]

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LOCATION

Availability

Primary

Monday:

8:15 am - Evening Hours

Tuesday:

8:15 am - Evening Hours

Wednesday:

8:15 am - Evening Hours

Thursday:

8:15 am - Evening Hours

Friday:

By appointment

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed