Group Therapy

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Online group therapy is a key part of getting better

Working with a therapist might be frightening.

At times, you might feel you are the only one in the world that can navigate your own challenge.

Your mental health, feelings, and emotions are all yours.  However, we want you to know that there are people in the world who might be experiencing similar struggles.

Online group therapy can be a vital part of your treatment. You’ll get the chance to work with a therapist and engage with others are who dealing with similar struggles.

We update the online therapy groups and online support groups we offer on a regular basis. We always welcome new ideas and topics for counseling groups.

Counseling groups give you even more tools and support

Group therapy gives you even more chances to work through your troubles.

Our online therapy groups also give you the chance to learn and practice more tools with people who want to support you.

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Group therapy online will help you feel less alone

When you search for topics for group therapy, you might not find the topic you are looking for.

Maybe you are searching for “group therapy near me” and not finding what you need.

Having group therapy through our online platform will allow you to connect with people who may not live near you but are dealing with similar issues. You’ll get the chance to support and learn from others.

Continue to look at this page for newly updated groups. If you don’t see a topic listed, please contact us! We are always open to new groups for you!

What if someone in the group is someone that I know?

Being with people you know can be uncomfortable. If you are in the group with someone you know previously, please ensure to inform the group therapist of the relationship. It is up to the group therapist to decide how to proceed. You have the choice to stay in the group should you both agree that it is okay and comfortable to do so. However, if either of you choose that it is not okay to be in a group together, you may contact us at the office to ensure you are put in another group. Among your health and safety, your comfortability is of importance to us as well.

Does my insurance cover group therapy?

While many insurances do cover group therapy, it is important to note that each person’s plan is different. Therefore, we recommend contacting the phone number that is on the back of your insurance card. You may ask them if your coverage and plan covers group therapy. Our practice will always call and verify this if you do choose to move forward in wanting to come to a group session. Ensure that you are asking for group therapy for mental health coverage. You may also only be covered for a certain number of group sessions and it would be important to know this information.

Can I have individual and group therapy?

Many clients seek both individual and group therapy. It has been suggested by therapists for some individuals to join a group of people experiencing a related topic or event. It may come as a suggestion from your therapist to join a group. Should you choose to join group therapy, it is recommended and encouraged to continue to use your individual sessions for YOUR needs and not as a session to discuss the topics of other group members.

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