Group Therapy

Why Group Therapy?

Group therapy can be fun and interactive while also promoting improved emotional well-being.

Participating in group therapy can give you the opportunity to gain greater self-awareness, explore and develop personal goals, understand others and improve interpersonal communication, and assess your values in an atmosphere of sharing and listening.
You are not alone. Being in a group allows you to discover that you are not the only one having similar thoughts and feelings, and that you likely share some common ground with others. A group can also offer more viewpoints and resources regarding your concerns.
In addition to the supportive benefits of group therapy, Dr. Garcia-Bravo offers a psychoeducational component to each group to help you learn new coping skills and useful tools to improve your sense of well-being.

Please Note: We will develop a group upon request once we get 6-8 people who are interested.

For information on fees and payment, please visit our Fees page.

Types of Therapy Groups Offered:

Coping & Adjustment after Brain Injury
This group focuses on providing emotional support and psychoeducational resources to individuals with an acquired brain injury. Participants will learn coping skills for managing emotions after brain injury (such as depression, anxiety, irritability), strategies for improving communication and relationships, mindfulness and relaxation techniques, exploration of values and life direction, stress management, self-esteem, ways for improving sleep, and addressing feelings of loneliness, change and loss. Group members will be able to provide and receive support in a safe, nonjudgmental environment.

Caregiver Self-Care Group
This group is for individuals who provide care to a loved one who is ill, disabled, or aging. Topics covered in this group include ways of improving self-care, gaining lifestyle balance,  learning effective coping skills for managing emotions (such as grief, anxiety, depression, or frustration), coping with loneliness or isolation, learning relaxation strategies (through mindfulness and meditation), and developing self-compassion. Group members will be able to provide and receive support in a safe, nonjudgmental environment.

60+ Self-Care Group
This group is intended for individuals 60 years and older. Topics covered in this group include adjusting to aging/retirement, learning effective coping skills for managing anxiety or depression, coping with multiple medical issues, improving sleep, assessing values and goals, improving communication and relationships, and gaining lifestyle balance and improving self-care. Group members will be able to provide and receive support in a safe, nonjudgmental environment.