It’s good to have company.
Feel like you’re wrestling with a problem by yourself, but you know there are other people who struggle with the same thing and you’d like to hear from them? A group might be the thing for you. We facilitate a groups for men, a group for parents of transgender teens, and a group for parents of teens with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD or ADHD).
All of our groups require a screening or “intake interview” in order to make sure that you’re a good fit for the group. Some groups are ongoing, while other groups meet for 2-3 months and use a structured curriculum. All groups meet in person and require proof of Covid vaccination.
This ongoing group is for men in midlife who are “mostly fine,” but have some ongoing challenges. Those problems might include challenges speaking up for what they want, dealing with the important people in their life (partners or ex-partners, kids, or parents), expressing their feelings, and figuring out what it means to be a man or a father in this day and age. Most group members are 30-55 (“mid-life”) and potential members must be recommended by their current therapist. The group is facilitated by Andrew Smiler and Weston Smith and currently meets every other Wednesday afternoon.
The group does not address issues related to addiction, psychosis/schizophrenia, or the autism spectrum, and may not be appropriate for other issues or diagnoses. Group members must be recommended by their current therapist.
Contact us for more information.