Why Therapeutic Groups?

The idea of participating in group counseling and sharing your struggles with others can be scary.  However, group counseling can be a very powerful counseling modality.  When people learn to interact freely with other group members, they tend to recreate similar patterns of interactions that have been troublesome to them outside of the group.  Groups can provide a safe environment to shift those patterns, learn about yourself, and get support.  Often, in today’s world, people can feel isolated and alone.  Groups can provide a great sense of connection that is healing for all members.

Current Groups

The powerful therapeutic benefits of the group therapy process are well documented in research literature. It is part of the human experience that we need and benefit from social contact and support. To be able to meet with like-minded folks who share common challenges and goals can be very liberating and healing. Listed below are current groups offered in the community. Feel free to contact the group leader(s) for more information.

Monthly Consultation Group for Therapists Working with Teens and Young Adults

This population is such a joy to work with, but equally as challenging and exhausting. I know how isolating it can feel and want to offer support to therapists working with this age group, because you are so needed! Group topics will cover case consultation, the art of working with parents, the business of building a private practice, legal and ethical considerations, countertransference, wrap around services, when to consider psychiatric/medication support and psycho-educational testing, etc. I have 20+ years of working with teens and young adults and families and am thrilled to help support the next generation of therapists working with young people and families! Contact me at for more information.

Re-Creating the Team Group from Boulder Psychological Services

Interpersonal Therapy Group

Are you interested in improving your relationships with others?

Are you interested in improving your relationships with other people?

Would you like to address feelings of social anxiety, awkwardness, loneliness and/or isolation?

Are you interested in finding out more about your impact on other people and the ways you communicate with them?

Group Therapy is an incredibly powerful way to address these questions and to develop more interpersonal skill & confidence. Groups allow us to explore patterns of relating as they emerge in the here-and-now. Since groups become a microcosm for what happens in our outside lives, they provide the opportunity to see old patterns as they emerge and to experiment in a safe space with new ways of being and communicating with others.

Interpersonal Therapy Group with Boulder Psychological Services