What is Group Therapy? 

Group Therapy is a collaborative therapeutic experience that involves the presence of a trained professional and others who are working through similar challenges. There is no one formal process for joining a group – we encourage our members to come/join as you are, as often as you need to.    Please see below for groups, registration process and meeting times. 

Experiments in Allyship

A facilitated discussion group for licensed mental health professionals focused on engaging anti racism and practicing active allyship in therapy and in the community. Registration opens 10/28/2020.  Limited spaces available.

To begin the registration and license verification process, please go to: http://www.theallyexperiment.com

Training course: $800

10 Continuing Education Credits: $200

Standing Up Primary Survivors Group 

The Standing Up group is a peer support group for primary survivors of sex gender violence discrimination and oppression; this includes but is not limited to rape, sexual assault, domestic violence, homophobia transphobia, racism, child abuse, childhood sexual abuse and all forms of violence. This is a donation-based group space. There is no pre-registration or personal information required to participate in this group.

Here is the link for group: https://sessions.psychologytoday. com/ms-michele-lynn

We are currently meeting via Telehealth every 1st and 3rd Wednesday from 6:30P-8P.

(702) 482-8866