Group Therapy and Support
A group can provide additional support with challenging life events and an opportunity to gain perspective on current or past issues. Groups can be structured as a psychotherapy process group or a support group. Both types of groups can have one or two facilitators.
A psychotherapy process group uses an insight-oriented approach to help participants work on interpersonal issues such as anxiety and depression. Group members can explore how they impact and are impacted by others in a safe and supportive space with the help of the facilitator(s).
A support group is designed for members sharing a common experience and learning new coping strategies. Facilitators may also provide education as part of a support group.
I offer the following group at Pathway Center for Psychotherapy.
Please email or call/text me at 678-827-2111 for more information.
Adult Psychotherapy Process Group
Who: Adults challenged by anxiety/depression/life challenges
Where: Pathway Center for Psychotherapy, Group Room
Facilitators: Darrin Bronfman, LCSW and Karen Whitehead, MS, LMSW, DCC
When: Every other Monday 5:30-7:00 pm
This psychotherapy process group is open to adult men and women. The purpose of this group is to process issues and challenges such as negative self-talk, relationship difficulties with friends or family, or work concerns that may be affected by anxiety or depression. However, any topic is open for discussion. Group members can explore how they impact and are impacted by others in a safe and supportive space with the help of two facilitators, Darrin Bronfman, LCSW and Karen Whitehead, MS, LMSW, DCC.
Who: Adults (18+) who were adopted at birth
Facilitators: Kate Murphy, LMSW and Karen Whitehead, MS, LMSW, DCC