Group therapy is one of the most naturalistic and therapeutic opportunities for interpersonal learning and for deepening one's understanding of relationships.  It acts as a unique representation in microcosm of the family, society, and civilization and therefore offers a chance to create change in oneself and in how one interacts with others that is unlike other therapy formats.   It provides a corrective environment that is both an adventure of self-exploration and a possibility for profound understanding of oneself in relation to humanity.   Group therapy can be a stimulating experience in combination with individual therapy, or it can stand on it's own as a unique and affordable alternative to one-on-one psychotherapy. 

I offer group therapy in my practice because I strongly believe in the power of a group to further one’s healing, combat loneliness and isolation, and increase connection and belonging that is both meaningful and affordable.

*Practice Update ~ Process Group for Women Identified Folx will begin in 2020, please reach out if you are interested! I will begin scheduling initial appointments in January.

Process Group for Women Identified Folx

(Cis, Trans, Intersex, Nonbinary, Feminine of Center)

  • Would you like to be a part of a supportive, feminist group to explore the nature of relationships?

  • Are you curious about how you interact with others in the here-and-now?

  • Do you want dedicated space to process difficult experiences and feel heard and understood?

  • Do you want to discover what lies beneath relationship ruptures and how to repair them?

  • Are you at a point where you want to practice different ways of being, such as giving and receiving feedback or sharing your story for the first time in a group?


  1. Learn how who we are and where we’ve been influences how we connect with others

  2. Explore your thoughts, feelings, and experiences

  3. Understand how past experiences and expectations show up in the here-and-now

  4. Be open to hear about how others experience you

  5. Share feedback with others about how you experience them

  6. Learn about the impact of trauma, suffering, and oppression on intimacy

  7. Practice concrete grounding techniques as needed

  8. Feel empowered, validated, and understood

  9. Discuss aspects of our identity and how this intersects in the room (race, gender identity, class, ability, religion, sexuality, culture, spirituality, educational status, ethnicity, etc.)

  10. Learn how growth can come from vulnerability, connection, and belonging

FORMAT:  Weekly psychotherapy group.  Group begins in September and continues until mid June. Members are asked to commit to this group for the duration. 

TIME:  Tuesday Evenings       

COST: $65.00