group therapy 


Addiction Recovery Group

Ongoing Mixed Population Group

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Interpersonal process groups focus on sharing about the emotional experiences of the group members in the "here and now". Although talk about the past or outside relationships occurs, priority is given to how members react to one another during the group, which allows for honest self-expression in a safe and supportive environment. Group members find themselves able to explore new ways to relate to people outside the group by trying new ways of giving and receiving feedback with people in the group. Members often find a greater capacity for intimacy and an increased spontaneity in their relationships by participating in such groups. 

Interpersonal process groups may be particularly helpful for people who experience the following concerns:

  • Low self-esteem

  • Social anxiety

  • Chronic loneliness

  • Either controlling or being controlled in relationships

  • Difficulty communicating thoughts, feelings, and needs in a direct and honest manner

  • Difficulty with trust in relationships

  • Tendency to please people

  • Perfectionism, shame, excessive self-criticism

  • Difficulty managing anger in conflict

This is a 10-week group for adults (male and female) who are in long-term recovery. Group members have experience with recovery from a substance use disorder and are seeking to deepen their understanding of themselves and their relationships. 

Call for more information or to express interest in joining the next 10-week cycle of the group.


Addiction Recovery Group

This is an ongoing group for adults (male and female) with varied concerns. A 6-month minimum commitment is expected to allow for growth and maturation of individual members and the group as a whole; as such, new members are invited to join as new spots become available.

Call for more information or to express interest

in joining this group.

Ongoing Mixed Population Group