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  • Current Groups

    OPEN Weekly Process Group

    When: Mondays from 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM

    Where: Virtually on Zoom

    Cost: $40 per session, long-term, ongoing group

    Group therapy is an effective way to address issues of anxiety, depression, relationship struggles, and addictive behaviors (and more!) The idea behind group therapy is that the unique experience of being in a community with peers allows people to benefit in ways that individual therapy, by nature, cannot address in the same way. For example, group members can learn to give and receive feedback from other members, increase self-awareness and gain insight by being around others with similar struggles, practice active listening skills, reduce feelings of loneliness, and learn to receive support and create connections. 
    Bonus: Group learning is a unique (and more affordable) way to participate in deep inner work.
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    Group Therapy

    If you haven’t personally experienced a therapy group, you may have impressions from shows or movies about how it works. Sometimes those can be helpful and sometimes not so helpful. (For example, at Crossland Counseling, you may be with other people struggling with the same issues, but you won’t be sitting in a darkened room lit by fluorescent bulbs wearing a name tag and asked to join a Fight Club).

    Group therapy is a type of therapy that involves a group of individuals working together with a trained therapist to address a range of mental health issues. It is a collaborative approach that provides individuals with the opportunity to share their experiences, learn from others, and receive support and feedback in a safe and confidential environment.

    Group therapy can be beneficial for individuals dealing with a range of mental health challenges, including anxiety, depression, trauma, addiction, and relationship issues. It can also be helpful for individuals who are seeking to improve their communication skills, build self-esteem, or work through difficult life transitions.

    During group therapy sessions, individuals will participate in discussions, activities, and exercises led by a trained therapist. The therapist will facilitate conversations and provide guidance, while also encouraging group members to offer support and feedback to each other.

    Group therapy offers a unique opportunity for individuals to learn from each other’s experiences, and to gain perspective and support from those who are going through similar challenges. It can also help individuals develop new coping strategies and build stronger relationships with others.

    At Crossland Counseling, we offer a variety of group therapy services to meet the unique needs of our clients. Our groups are led by trained therapists who specialize in a range of mental health issues, and we offer groups for individuals of all ages and backgrounds. Contact us today to learn more about our group therapy services and how they can help you on your journey to improved mental health and well-being.