Group Therapy

Better Together

Being alone in your own head – where all your confusion, conflict, and cravings hang out – can make you feel like you’re going crazy.

Without the benefit of perspective, you can get blinded into making the same bad choices over and over again.

For that very reason, group therapy has long been considered the most effective treatment for addiction and relationship recovery.

You’ll need plenty of guidance and encouragement on this journey.

Not just from a therapist, but also from a supportive, nonjudgmental community that knows all the issues you’re struggling with on a first-hand basis.

You’ll need meaningful connections.

Both clinicians and 12-Step programs have long recognized making meaningful connections with other people, who can help you gain confidence and support you unconditionally, as the true key to recovery.

Joining a group can be the most engaging and effective way to heal.

Group therapy, which I do with no more than six clients per group, is also my favorite type of therapy. Not only do I get to witness the powerful transformations happening within these groups, but the humor and support we share by interacting with each other really bring therapy to life.

Introverted? Antisocial?

Even if you describe yourself as an “introvert” or as “antisocial,” you may find you relate amazingly well with the other group members.

We’re all facing similar challenges.

We help motivate each other from week to week.

We provide invaluable perspective on each other’s issues.

It’s generally easier to trust and open up to the “strangers” in group…

…than it is to friends or family in our day-to-day lives. There’s zero judgment – just support.

Find healing through therapeutic group support and meaningful connection.

Call us today at (561) 573-6710 to discuss if Group Therapy is right for you.

Outpatient addictions treatment is not appropriate for individuals currently experiencing severe withdrawal symptoms and/or physical and psychological effects as a result of drug and alcohol abuse. They will require medical supervision and possible detoxification treatment. A 60-minute individual session is required to determine eligibility for our programs.