As an experienced leader in group therapy, I have been endorsed by the American Group Psychotherapy Association as a “Certified Group Psychotherapist (CGP)”. This designation signifies completion of at least: 1) 300 hours of group psychotherapy experience as a leader or co-leader, 2) 75 hours of group psychotherapy supervision, and 3) 12 clock hours of study in group psychotherapy theory and practice.
Mindfulness Awareness Training
This psychoeducational group provides training for basic mindfulness practices (e.g. breath and body awareness). Benefits include increased focus and clarity, improved communication skills, increased sense of inner calm, and increased ability to regulate anxiety and other emotions. See attached flier for current group information. mindfulness awareness training 2018
Connecting with Others
This semi-structured group allows participants to learn about themselves in relationships- both how they experience themselves and how others experience them. Members see how connecting with their whole being helps them communicate more clearly and, ultimately create meaningful, fulfilling relationships. Possible side effects may include feelings of ease, well-being, support, and joy.
Learning to Thrive – Making a Good Life Great
This semi-structured group is designed to provide skills and support for people looking to maximize their happiness and performance in life, work, and relationships. Benefits include enhanced sense of Competence, Relatedness, and Autonomy (Deci & Ryan, 2000), learning things about yourself that you could not learn alone, accountability, and exposure to diverse perspectives.
Focusing Skills- Is it ADHD?
Explore attention and focus from a holistic perspective. Learn a variety of non-pharmacological approaches to improving concentration.
A variety of people participate in these group therapy sessions, including professionals and students looking to improve their productivity, couples and parents trying to enhance their communication, and adults whose difficulty with maintaining concentration impedes their quality of life in some way.