Group Counseling

Group therapy is a type of psychotherapy that allows multiple individuals with similar mental health concerns to work with a single therapist at the same time. Group members help each other by sharing common stories, identifying with group members who are at different stages of treatment, and acquiring self-understanding through feedback from the therapist and group. Typically group therapy involves three to twelve people per session.

In our experience, group counseling is especially beneficial for individuals who have undergone traumatic stress or depression. Here are several reasons group counseling may be beneficial:

  • It provides positive role models
  • It allows for encouragement from other group members
  • It offers a safe haven to reveal difficult memories and feelings
  • It helps the therapist understand your behaviors in a social context
  • It tends to relieve pain, stress, and guilt
  • It promotes personal responsibility
  • It fosters a sense of belonging and group cohesion

We Are Here

We recognize the enormous burden and stress many are currently feeling. To reduce the spread of COVID19 we are providing all services online through HIPAA secure telemedicine video conference. During this stressful time we are continuing to provide psychotherapy, psychiatry, and assessment services and we do not expect any disruption to our current patients.

Please call us at 269-408-1688 for questions about becoming a new patient.

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