Group Therapy

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.

Group therapy can be general or focused. Focused groups are often based on a commonality between the group members, such as individuals dealing with a specific diagnosis or experience. 

Group therapy is often more cost-efficient than individual therapy. Group therapy involves a charge of $50 per session and may be discounted or covered through your health insurance.

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Single Moms Support Group with Dr. Holly Morales:

The goal of this group is to create a space for single moms to process their identity as a single mom, process and learn ways to cope with parenting stress, and to provide a safe place to experience authentic emotions.

Some of the topics that may be covered in group include

  • single mom identity and stigma

  • resentment toward ex-partners

  • dating and "moving forward"

  • learning stress management skills

  • any other topics that arise

This group is for single mothers and single mothers by choice and would not be appropriate for those who are single parents through loss. 

Participants will need to attend group on a regular basis. Group will be held on Tuesday evenings at 8:00 pm via a secure video platform. 

To be considered for this group, email Dr. Holly Morales at holly@modernmentalhealth.org.

Participants will meet individually with Holly for a screening/intake to ensure appropriate fit for group before joining.