Therapy Groups in Washington1 to 20
Host: Steven Van Wagoner, PhD, CGP, FAGPA
"People join a therapy group to learn about themselves, and through this process, improve their relationships. This group and the one described below, focus on the relationships that develop between you and the other members of the group, and between ..."
Female/Male Psychotherapy Group
Host: Ellen Weber Libby, PhD
"This ongoing group provides men and women opportunities to explore their dynamics in relationships with each other. Since powerful people in their lives are not present in the group, participants feel increased freedom to explore issues that make the uneasy. "
Couples Interpersonal Growth Group
Host: Robert G. Rosenblatt, PhD
"There is nothing more complicated in our lives than the relationship with our significant other. This group focuses on the capacity of each member of the couple communication, their needs, feelings and issues to the other. Empowerment of each participant, ..."
Host: David Angelich, PsyD
"I have experience in group psychotherapy treating PTSD while working with combat veterans. Group psychotherapy helps group members overcome emotional problems, improve overall social and emotional functioning, and offers a unique source of support and strength. Groups help members to ..."
How to Buffer the Impact of Anxiety/Panic Attacks
Host: Tamara Ince, MSS, MLSP, LICSW, LCSW-C, LCSW
"This short term group will focus on managing your response to circumstances and situations in which you experience a panicked reaction. Whether you choose to supplement your treatment with psychotropic medication, or not- you will be armed with tools and ..."
Couples Relationship Enrichment
Host: Michell Kothari Stanley, LICSW, CLC, RYT
"Married, Dating or Engaged couples: Take your relationship from good to great! Join our couple enrichment group using the PREPARE/ENRICH inventories (www.prepare-enrich.com). You and your partner will get an (optional) comprehensive summary of your relationship strengths and growth areas completed ..."
Host: Theresa Ford, PhD, LPC, BCC
"Free-flowing discussions for women are held monthly so that individuals can share concerns, obtain support and interact with other women. This group is open, but is not appropriate for women who are severely depressed, actively psychotic or otherwise unwell. "
Women's Therapy Group
Host: Erika Bugaj Petrova, MA, MSW, LICSW
"This is a therapy group for women in the age range of 25-40 who are facing upcoming life transitions, or whom have had a recent transition such as engagement, marriage, divorce, parenthood, changing jobs /careers, or who are planning a ..."
Support for family member of hoarders
Host: Suzanne Miller Friedman, PhD
"Do you have a parent or spouse who hoards? Are you worried about their health, and feel at a loss as to how to help? Are the hoarding issues affecting your relationship with your loved one and your own well ..."
College Students - Group Support
Host: Valerie Lovenheim, LGPC, MHC
"Welcome college and graduate students! By joining our group, you'll have the unique opportunity of using peer interaction to work towards self-improvement. You will discover that you're not alone in how you feel, and learn from others who have similar ..."
Living an Emotionally Intelligent Life
Host: Patrick Joseph Kilcarr, PhD
"Group participants are invited to take the EQ-i online assessment of emotional intelligence, which is an extraordinarily comprehensive snap shot of how someone is managing their emotions and the impact of this on their respective relationships. The group is open ..."
Women's Psychotherapy Groups
Host: Susan Berlin & Associates
"I have 2 different women's groups that focus on gaining insight into one's behaviors, feelings and relationships, while looking through the lens of family of origin issues. These groups meet weekly for 75 minutes, with a commitment to psychotherapy and ..."
Support for female partners of sex addicts
Host: Suzanne Miller Friedman, PhD
"Meet other women whose partners engage in compulsive sexual behavior. Receive validation and support in an affirming environment where you are not viewed as a co-addict or codependent, but as someone who has experienced acute relational trauma. Understand your symptoms ..."
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