For Peer Support
Group psychotherapy is a powerful tool for change, uniquely able to assist people to find a sense of community, self and hope, even when things seem bleak. Joining a group can be a frightening prospect. Most people feel nervous at first. But when a group and a new member are the right match, the experience is deeply rewarding and can change lives.
Groups in my practice have served many functions. I have run divorce support groups, relationship groups, gay men's groups and teen groups. If you feel uncertain about how to negotiate relationships (friendships, romantic partnerships, familial or professional relationships), feel isolated, overwhelmed, or struggle with persistent anxiety about how others in the world relate to you, then you may find group to be an invaluable resource. In group we build real relationships that can be talked about as they form, expanding our ability to develop the kind of full and lasting attachments we want.