Group therapy is a form of psychotherapy that involves one or more therapists working with several people at the same time. Group therapy can be used alone, but it can also be integrated into a comprehensive treatment plan that also includes individual therapy and/or medication management.
What to Expect
Cost-Efficient Care: Group therapy is often more cost-efficient than individual therapy. At our practice, group therapy involves a charge of $50-75 per session, and this may be discounted through your health insurance.
Shared Support and Connection: Group therapy brings together individuals who share similar concerns, creating a sense of community and connection. It offers an opportunity to know that you are not alone in your experiences and provides a space to give and receive support from peers.
Expert Facilitation: Our skilled facilitators, experienced in group dynamics and therapeutic techniques, guide the sessions. They ensure that the group environment remains safe, respectful, and conducive to meaningful discussions.
Diverse Group Offerings: Modern Mental Health offers a range of group therapy options tailored to various topics, and our current offerings are listed below. If we don't have a group that meets your needs, we are open to suggestions!
Skill-Building and Coping Strategies: Group therapy is a space to learn practical skills and coping strategies from both facilitators and fellow participants. These tools can be applied to daily life, helping you navigate challenges more effectively.
Mutual Learning and Perspective-Sharing: In a group setting, participants bring diverse perspectives and insights. Sharing your thoughts and listening to others can lead to fresh viewpoints, personal revelations, and enhanced self-awareness.
Empowerment and Feedback: Engaging with peers in a group setting allows you to receive constructive feedback, encouragement, and alternative viewpoints. This can empower you to make informed decisions and consider new ways of approaching challenges.
Confidentiality and Trust: Confidentiality is a cornerstone of group therapy. Participants are encouraged to respect each other's privacy, creating an atmosphere of trust where you can freely express yourself without fear of judgment.
Long-Term Benefits: Group therapy not only provides immediate support but also equips you with skills that can have lasting positive effects. As you develop and practice these skills, you may see improvements in various aspects of your life.
Transition to Real-Life Situations: Group therapy serves as a safe space to practice interpersonal skills, communication, and relationship-building. The insights gained can be applied to real-life interactions and relationships.
Groups We Offer
Modern Mental Health has run several different group formats and topics. Some of the groups we are currently running or are recruiting for include:
LGBTQ+ support groups
Education/Support Group for Parents with High-Needs Children
ASD support group for adults
Recovering from Religious Trauma
DBT group (for current MMH clients only)