Group Therapy

Do you want to…

« Enhance your relationships?

« Increase your self-confidence?

« Improve your stress-management skills?

« Gain comfort in social situations?

« Feel more connected?

 

     If you answered “yes” to one or more of these questions...

             participation in a Therapy Group might be right for you!

Contact Dr. Lyz for more information about therapy group programs

 

 

 

Group Therapy Payment Information:

  • Private Pay Group Therapy Cost: $50 per session

    • Payment options: $50 weekly, or 

    • $140 per month (30% Discount for monthly payment)

  • Blue Cross / Blue Shield Health Insurance Accepted​​

    • Claims will be processed, per client-specific plan, for members who utilize

           health insurance benefits.  Payment of client-applicable fees (i.e., co-payment/

           co-insurance/deductible) will be processed weekly for attended sessions. 

           Missed appointments are not covered by health insurance.​

Women's Empowerment Therapy Group

Inspiring Connection, Enhancing Healthy Life Balance,  and Inviting Joy.

Monday afternoons, 4:10pm to 5:25pm

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Adult Interpersonal Process Therapy Group

Weekly Therapy Group

Wednesday evenings

6:15 pm to 7:30 pm

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

MEMBER TESTIMONIALS

“I enjoyed empathy, support, and encouragement from others.”

Benefits of Group Therapy:

  • Offers a space for support, understanding, validation, and accountability

  • Enhances relationship skills

  • Encourages practice of anxiety and/or depression management skills

  • Emphasizes honest, genuine communication

  • Provides opportunity for interpersonal exploration and growth

  • Encourages the building of trusting relationships

Contact Dr. Lyz to schedule a free pre-group screening consultation 

and determine if group therapy might help you achieve your personal goals.  

**Group therapy members should have previous experience participating in individual or group therapy.

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