INTERPERSONAL PROCESS THERAPY GROUP
Developing Healthy Relationships: Understanding Self and Others
This weekly ongoing counseling group meets on Tuesdays from 5 - 6:30 pm. Interpersonal process therapy groups are specifically designed to help people improve the quality of their relationships, deepen their comfort with emotions, and develop healthy closeness and intimacy in their lives.
Process groups can be extremely helpful to people struggling to cope with difficult family and childhood experiences as well as those looking to overcome mood issues like anxiety, depression, loneliness, and isolation. Clients who have experienced trauma, grief and loss, or unhealthy relationship patterns often find group therapy to be a particularly valuable way to learn to make important changes in their lives. Research has consistently shown that groups are just as effective as individual counseling in addressing emotional difficulties and often can be even more helpful for people struggling with the same relationship issues over and over in their lives.
The group meets for 90 minutes each week and there is a $50 fee for each group session. There are a limited number of reduced fee spots available to people who financially would not be able to participate in the group. Sliding scale decisions will be negotiated in the initial one-on-one consultation before starting the group.
If you are interested in joining the group please get in touch to schedule a complimentary one-on-one consultation to discuss your goals and see if the group would be a good fit for you before committing to attending.
Just a bit about me... I am passionate about group work and have led multiple all-gender process groups, men's groups, grief and loss groups, and social skills groups throughout my career. My experiences in psychotherapy groups have been integral to my growth as a person and I am committed to my own ongoing personal and professional development. I am an active member of the Four Corners Group Psychotherapy Society where I serve on the executive board. My participation as a member of a weekly, long-term modern analytic training group for therapists informs my relational, experiential approach to facilitating groups. In addition I am currently pursuing advanced group therapy training several weekends each year at the Center for Group Studies in New York City.
To learn more about the interpersonal process group and how it can help you develop healthier and more fulfilling relationships in your life please contact me.