Why Group therapy

Have you ever wished that your therapist could see you in action in your everyday life so that he or she could see you more clearly and, therefore, be more helpful to you? Of course, this is not possible. However, group therapy is the next best thing. Group is particularly helpful when combined with individual psychotherapy.


Group therapy provides a safe environment where you can develop relationships in the confidential space of the therapist’s office. You’ll have the opportunity to share with other likeminded group members and heal through community. In contrast to feelings of loneliness and isolation that come with many challenging life transitions, you’ll have a chance to connect and mutually process. You’ll also have a chance to see some of what you’re going through played out in the room with others, which will give you an opportunity to better understand your experience, receive feedback, and offer feedback and insight to others.