Group Therapy Program
Contact 610-365-5042 to set up your free, 15-minute consultation if interested.
Connections By Design
Last Tuesday of the Month
3:30 to 4:45 pm
A group program inspiring and enhancing connection with yourself and others to promote healing and growth through therapeutic activity involving body, mind, heart, soul, and spirit.
This group will encourage attention to your experience in the present moment, to deepen your understanding and awareness of yourself in order to increase your confidence, self-esteem, and your ability to connect authentically with yourself and others.
Psychoeducational - information-giving and learning of skills, strategies
Experiential - practicing skills and strategies
Holistic - incorporating psychological, physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual components
Adult Interpersonal Process Therapy Group
6:15 to 7:30pm
This mixed gender adult therapy group is appropriate for individuals who are interested in enhancing relationships, improving stress-management skills, and feeling more connected with others.
Contact Dr. Lyz for a free pre-group consultation to determine if this group might be right for you.
Single Women Of Color
1:00 to 2:00pm
This therapy group for single women of color is appropriate for individuals who are looking for a supportive space where you can come to process being single in a world defined by relationship status with an added layer of racial trauma.
Contact Aliya Kenyatta for a free pre-group consultation to determine if this group may be right for you.
The Answers You Need
How can group therapy help me?
Group therapy is a powerful modality designed to enhance your progress on treatment goals. Participation in a therapy group can lead to enhanced relationships, increased self-confidence, increased comfort in social situations, and deeper connections with others.
What are the benefits of group therapy?
Benefits of group therapy include: offering a space for support, understanding, validation, and accountability; encouraging the practice of anxiety and/or depression management skills; emphasizing honest, genuine communication; providing opportunity for interpersonal exploration and growth; and encouraging the building of trusting relationships.
How much does group therapy cost?
Pricing for membership in on-going therapy groups
[Connections Through Grief Therapy Group and Adult Interpersonal Process Therapy Group]:
$50 per session for private-pay clients
Payment options: $50 weekly or discounted rate of $140 for monthly payment
Blue Cross / Blue Shield health insurance claims will be processed, per client-specific plan, for members who utilize health insurance benefits. Check with your insurance company to determine coverage reimbursement for Out of Network plans. 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.
Do I have to come every week?
Participation in group therapy requires a commitment to the program and to yourself. In order to achieve full benefits of group therapy treatment, regular attendance is essential. Members are encouraged to share honest reactions about comfort and efficacy of the group therapy program with the group members and group facilitator(s).
The Group Therapy Program will follow an academic calendar year in approximate 3-month (season) intervals: Fall Season: September through December; Winter Season: January through March; Spring Season: April through June and Summer Season: June through September. Participation in group therapy requires a commitment to the program following the season intervals.
For optimal benefits of group therapy, members are encouraged to participate for two or more consecutive group therapy seasons.
Group members are encouraged to provide the group with notice of plan to continue group membership at least two weeks prior to final group session of the season interval. This expectation allows members time to process the experience of group therapy, and planned termination of member(s), within the group therapy context.
How does group therapy work?
Group members are encouraged to offer support and validation to each other within the context of the group setting, to respect the privacy of other group members, and to provide other members with honest feedback in the here-and-now. Group members are empowered to build trusting relationships, to work on achieving personal treatment goals, and to practice new behaviors within a safe and supportive environment.