Group Therapy


Located in Manhattan in the Garment District and near Penn Station

As a practicing social therapist in the field of mental health, I have had the privilege of witnessing firsthand the transformative power of group therapy. This therapeutic approach, which brings together individuals from diverse backgrounds, ages and emotional struggles offers unique benefits that extend beyond the confines of traditional one-on-one sessions. I draw from 35+ years experience helping people deprivatize their lives and become active shapers, indeed leaders, of their relationships. 

Group Therapy Q&A

As a social therapist, I relate to therapy as a creative process. Creativity is social, we create our lives with others.  We don’t have to be  confined to dealing with anxiety, depression, or trauma as isolated issues; instead, they are part of a larger, shared human experience.  By joining a social therapy group, you’re embarking on a journey to create your community that will support your emotional and social development. Our goal isn’t simply to help you cope but to help you thrive through creating an environment where you are accepted as who you are and you are supported to grow into who you are becoming.

Why Consider Group Therapy?

Here are five compelling reasons for joining our group therapy program:

  1. You're Not Alone: Group therapy shows you that your struggles are shared by others, which can be incredibly reassuring. This realization often brings comfort and reduces feelings of loneliness.
  2. Fresh Insights: Hearing how others perceive and tackle problems similar to yours helps you gain new perspectives of your own narrative.  It can give you new ideas for addressing your own issues. It's like getting a variety of consultants for the price of one.
  3. Accountability and Motivation: Seeing others make progress in group therapy is inspiring.  Having relationships that you’re accountable to helps you stay on course with your own journey.
  4. Safe Environment to Practice: Group therapy is a live space to improve communication and interpersonal skills. It's a place to experiment with new ways of relating to others in a non-judgmental, supportive setting.
  5. Healing Through Helping: Group therapy takes you out of your head and brings you into the world, it’s not all about you!  Rather it’s about you as a creator of your relationships with the people in your life. Creating a supportive environment with others can be therapeutic in itself. It enhances self-esteem and purpose, making you an active participant in your healing and the healing of others within the group.