Group Therapy

Many times we feel very alone in our problems. Participating in group therapy helps reduce this isolation. Although your situation may be unique, your underlying feelings may be very similar to others. Group therapy is an effective form of treatment and for some people it may be more effective than individual therapy. Groups generally meet weekly for 90 minutes. Below is a list of current group offerings.

Email or call to find out if group might be a good fit for your needs.

Growth Through Connections: A general process group

Growth Through Connections is a mixed gender ongoing therapy group that meets weekly for 90 minutes. This group is for individuals who feel dissatisfied with life, themselves, and/or their relationships. By participating in group, individuals will better understand themselves and the interpersonal problems that are underlying their concerns. Members will feel less alone as they have a chance to talk openly about their concerns in a safe and confidential space. Members will also have an opportunity to receive and give feedback and to practice new ways of relating to others.

Mothering Together: A group for pregnant and postpartum women

Mothering Together is an 8-week therapy group for pregnant and postpartum women (up to 18 months) struggling with depression, anxiety, or the adjustment to motherhood. Group meets weekly for 90 minutes. Members will receive support in a safe and confidential environment, learn how to effectively cope with their thoughts and feelings, and develop ways to navigate changes in their identity and relationships.

Please email katiehugheslcsw@gmail.com or call 757-504-1805 with questions. Dates/time TBD.