Are you interested in peer support through your journey to better mental health?
Are you looking for more than individual therapy support?
Are you looking to go deeper in your therapeutic work?
Are you curious about therapy and not ready to commit to individual therapy yet?
If you said yes to any of these, group therapy may be right for you.
Group therapy is a form of psychotherapy that involves a small group of people meeting regularly with a trained therapist to discuss their struggles and work towards their goals.
This type of therapy can offer a supportive community, a safe space to share experiences, and a chance to learn from others who may be going through similar challenges. Group therapy can be used to address a variety of mental health concerns, including depression,
anxiety, addiction, and trauma.
Group therapy also provides a supportive community to explore your thoughts, feelings and
reactions to your life experiences with.
At Denver Metro Counseling, we offer trauma-informed group therapy from time-to-time to
further meet the needs of our community.
If you are interested in learning more about group therapy or have a need for a specifc
group therapy, reach out! We will do our best to help!
Group therapy can be a powerful tool for healing and personal growth. By connecting with others who are going through similar experiences, you can gain a sense of community and support that can be difficult to find elsewhere.
In group therapy, you have the opportunity to share your thoughts and feelings in a safe and supportive environment, and receive feedback and support from others. This can help you gain new insights, develop coping skills, and build resilience. Overall, group therapy can be a valuable addition to your mental health toolkit.
Group therapy can offer many benefits to those seeking mental health support. One of the main advantages is the opportunity to connect with others who are going through similar experiences. This can provide a sense of community and reduce feelings of isolation.
Additionally, group therapy can offer a safe and supportive space to share thoughts and feelings, as well as receive feedback and support from others. Group therapy can also be more cost-effective than individual therapy, as the cost is shared among the group members. Overall, group therapy can be a valuable tool for improving mental health and promotinghealing.
Join us for a 6-week therapy group for female-identifying teens. This in-person group is designed for female-identifying teens who want to learn new skills and connect with other teens while focusing on self-esteem, communication skills, and self-care.
Our highly qualified, licensed mental health clinicians have advanced training in addictions, family therapy, adolescent therapy, eating disorders, ADHD, suicide risk assessment, EMDR therapy and more. We understand with each person or family we work with that everyone has shared and unique needs. We specialize in providing high quality care and respect while helping people build resilience and make lasting change.