Online Group Therapy

Considering Group Therapy?

If you’re working on building your support system, improving your relationships with yourself and other people, or developing practical new skills, group therapy is a fantastic forum for doing it.

Some groups are more focused on sharing mutual support and building new insights, while others are more structured and focused on developing new skills.

Group therapy can work by itself or alongside individual therapy, depending on your needs. It can also be a cost-effective way to get support, as groups are significantly less expensive than individual therapy. 

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Our Spring Therapy Group Offerings

Connections Women’s Group*: Want to improve your relationships with yourself and with other people? This group is for women working to better understand challenging interpersonal patterns, like people pleasing, avoiding vulnerability, difficulty making friends or dating, or challenges with boundary setting. You’ll have a safe, facilitated space to understand those issues and practice new ways to connect with others. 

Adult Children of Immigrants Support: Growing up in an immigrant family comes with a host of joys and challenges that evolve over our lifetimes. As adults, we often find ourselves straddling two (or more) cultures, and navigating the sometimes conflicting expectations that come along with each. This group provides a supportive discussion space for adult children of immigrants. Topics may include family relationships, mental health, dating and sexuality, career, and more. 

BIPOC Women’s Disordered Eating Support: If you are a Black, Indigenous, or POC woman who struggles with eating or body image, this group is for you. You’ll be part of a cohort of women working towards similar goals; learning more about themselves, their connection to their bodies and the impact diet culture, fatphobia and cultural norms have on marginalized people. Topics may include intuitive eating, skills for building a healthier relationship with your body, and how cultural norms shape our diet and body image. 

Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Group*: Do you struggle with regulating strong emotions? Are you often overwhelmed by the triggers you face in your daily life? Do you find yourself sometimes acting out patterns in ways you later regret? DBT is an evidence based treatment that can help. In this structured group, you’ll build a toolkit for effectively responding to life’s ups and downs. Participants will learn skills for getting their needs met in relationships, managing difficult feelings, and building a your life with intention.

*If there is sufficient interest, we may open a BIPOC-specific cohort of this group.

Learn More

Are you interested in learning more about one or more of our upcoming groups? We’re currently answering questions and gathering interest so that we can plan for our Spring schedule.

Groups will be offered virtually by a member of the Stella Nova team, and will generally have approximately 5-8 participants. Prices per weekly session will fall in the $35-50 range, depending on the specific group and facilitator. Our women’s groups are open to trans, cis, and nonbinary folks who would benefit from a women-centered healing space. DBT Skills and Children of Immigrants groups are open to people of all genders.

To receive more information about any of the groups, please complete the form below. There’s no obligation to participate — this is just an initial indication of interest and/or an opportunity for you to get your questions answered. 

Looking for a group that’s not currently being offered? Let us know that too! We rely on your feedback to know what to offer next. 

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