Online Group

Teenagers: From Surviving to Thriving in Adolescence

Hosted by: Sean Grover
Overcome the challenges of adolescent life with your peers.
Session Length: 60 minutes
Frequency: weekly
Group Size: up to 12

About This Group

Adolescence is an emotional and psychological minefield. Teenagers are constantly forced to negotiate difficult situations and transitions. Adolescent groups foster the skills needed to master this pursuit, covering the issues that middle and high school students confront daily: peer pressure, social anxiety, sexual orientation or family difficulties. Groups provide a safe place for members to learn social skills, define self-identity, boost emotional intelligence and establish healthy boundaries.

Peer Pressure

Your Group Host

Sean Grover

Licensed Psychotherapist

Sean Grover, LCSW, is a psychotherapist, speaker, and author with 25 years of experience. He maintains one of the largest group therapy practices in the U.S. and leads over 300 groups a year in his practice, in addition to monthly workshops in clinics, medical centers, youth organizations, and schools.

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What You Need To Know

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.

$85 / session

Frequency: weekly

Monday - Mar 27, 8:30 PM GMT