Group Psychotherapy

Group Therapy for Depression, Anxiety, Stress, and Chronic Illness

Group therapy allows you to learn, heal, and process together with your peers. Groups give you a chance to meet other individuals who are working through similar experiences and toward similar goals as you are. When you meet others who share your experiences in life, you feel accepted and understood; that’s a great feeling. Within the safety of the group setting, you will be lead by two licensed therapist while also learning from your peers.

Benefits of Group Therapy

  • Meet others who share similar life experiences
  • It’s a chance to share your life and your experience with others for healing
  • You can make new friends
  • Learn new ways to effectively communicate with others
  • Gain education on mental health topics
  • Practice new coping skills and strategies for stress reduction and improved mood
  • It’s a time for asking questions, processing what you learn, and supporting your personal growth

Treatment topics

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Chronic Illness/ Chronic pain
  • Women’s groups
  • Mindfulness and Meditation

Let’s talk. Book a session.

Group psychotherapy can be incredibly beneficial to you. You will learn the skills necessary to regain control of your life and you will have safe place to explore your inner-most thoughts, feelings, and life experiences with the guidance of a two mental health professionals and like-minded peers. Call or email to find out more.

What to expect

We will meet in-person or via video conference for ‘telemental health’ weekly for an hour over the course of 6-8 weeks. Expect to learn new coping strategies for stress, to process and heal, and learn about yourself through personal insights. Each session will have a mix of psychoeducation, sharing, processing, and mindfulness. Learn more by contacting me.

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Carrie Mead, MS, LCPC  Psychotherapist
Group Therapy for Depression, Anxiety, Stress and Chronic Pain
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