Group psychotherapy
Group psychotherapy can be a powerful therapeutic experience. The group process can highlight patterns of interpersonal behavior. In the group, therapists and other group members can help one develop new, healthier ways of interacting with others. Often people find that working simultaneously in both group and individual therapy stimulates growth in mutually complementary ways.

I have experience leading psychotherapy groups for individuals with depression, trouble with anger as well as more in depth psychodynamic groups. As a group therapist, I keep the size of my groups between 5 and 10 individuals and do my best to match individuals together who would be good learning partners for one another.