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  • Group Therapy

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    Weekly Process Group Therapy for Black-Identified Adults

    This ongoing weekly process group is co-led by two Black therapists and meets Wednesdays, 5-6:15pm EST online. To participate, you must be currently established in individual therapy with myself or another therapist. 

    The group is limited to 8 members. Each 75 minute group therapy session is $135.

    If you are not an established client, a free 20 minute consultation is required to ensure the group is a good fit. 

    If you are ready to schedule a consultation, please complete the contact form and indicate your interest in this specific group.

    Weekly Process Group for Black-Identified Women/Femmes

    This ongoing weekly process group meets Thursdays, 1-2pm EST online.  A free 20 minute consultation is required to ensure the group is a good fit. 

    The group is limited to 8 members. Each 60 minute group therapy session is $120 and is billed monthly.

    If you are ready to schedule a consultation, please complete the contact form and indicate your interest in this specific group to see if the group will be a good fit.

    Let's Heal Together

    “No one is healed in insolation.”

    – bell hooks

     

    Process group therapy offers incredible insight about how you relate to yourself and to others in the here and now in a way that individual therapy cannot recreate. The group process gives you practice, feedback and support in real time to unpack old wounds and traumas experienced in relationships with family, friends, work colleagues and romantic partners.

    Within the group, you have the opportunity to:

    – Sit with your feelings and needs

    – Practice giving and receiving feedback

    – Ask for help and receive the support of others

    – Explore negative beliefs developed in family/culture

    – Examine closeness and distance in your relationships

    – Learn about the roles you play in relationships and how they influence your behaviors and actions

    Process group therapy can serve as a safe place to play, practice and experiment with how you can better show up for yourself and in your relationships.