I have extensive training and experience facilitating therapy groups, both structured psychoeducational workshops and unstructured process groups. Unlike sessions with individuals, in group therapy and workshop experiences, you would meet with me (and sometimes another therapist) alongside several other clients. There may be anywhere from 6 to 12 other people in a group session, or even more in a workshop, and all participants are expected to agree to keep confidential what is discussed and disclosed in the group or workshop.

Because it can be challenging to find a time that works for several clients at once, I don’t have any other therapy workshops or groups at this time, although I may develop some in the future.

I used to periodically co-facilitate the anxiety management workshop called “Anxiety Camp” with my friend and colleague Rich Gallagher, LMFT, who designed it to teach anxiety sufferers and their loved ones about types of anxiety and how to practice cognitive-behavioral methods to relieve anxiety. However, Rich retired in November 2017, and I don't currently have plans to conduct another Anxiety Camp. In the meantime, Rich has written a booked based on the Anxiety Camp approach called No Bravery Required that he recommends; it is available through Amazon.