Group therapy provides a unique opportunity to learn about how others perceive you and how you perceive others. Group is a very helpful additional tool in the therapy process and is ideal for clients who wish to gain more self-awareness in interpersonal relationships.
Therapy groups help people address feelings of isolation, depression and anxiety. It’s a group place to learn about setting healthy boundaries and addressing patterns. Participants have the opportunity to learn about themselves and improve their interpersonal relationships by relating with others in the group. A therapy group also provides for change and growth by giving participants opportunities to learn with and from other people, to understand one’s own patterns of thought and behavior and those of others, and to perceive how group members react to one another.
There are several types of groups available including long-term psychodynamic groups, short-term process groups, support groups, and single-gender groups.
Omaha Psychotherapy currently offers one long-term psychotherapy group for both men and women on Monday evenings from 6:30 to 8:00 pm. Most health insurance plans pay for at least a portion of the cost of the group. Space in the group is limited and those who are interested must arrange a pre-screening interview.
Please contact us by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone: 402-715-9710 if you are interested in learning more about groups.