In the hustle and bustle of daily life we often forget to think about how we interact with others. We let small comments slide and we avoid expressing how we truly feel. While these micro-decisions feel small and insignificant, they can add up and create anxiety, stress, and resentment with others.
This group is designed to bring people together for authentic and honest conversation on challenges we all face. Social anxiety, conflict in romantic or intimate relationships, and difficulty forming close friendships can all be examined through the relationships formed in the group. Whatever you do in the outside world will sooner or later come out in your reactions to and feelings about the other members. You can use this new awareness to modify your behavior, make different, more conscious choices, and have happier and more satisfying friendships and romantic relationships.
Licensed Psychoanalyst/Certified Group Psychotherapist
I've been a psychotherapist since 1980. As a Licensed Psychoanalyst, Licensed Mental Health Counselor, and Certified Group Psychotherapist, I work with individuals, groups, and couples. I specialize in couple therapy and working with creative people, including actors, musicians, and writers. I've written several books about psychotherapy, and served as Editor of the journal GROUP. In November 2016 I was made a Life Fellow of the American Group Psychotherapy Association.
How To Participate
This group session is run online in order to be accessible to all. After joining, you will receive an email with a link for the group's video conference.
You’ll need an internet connection and the ability to stream audio and video to participate.
Your payment is always secure. You will be charged for each recurring group session. This subscription can be canceled at any time.
$60 / session
There are currently no available dates for this group.