Group Therapy

Ongoing Adolescent/Young Adult Psychotherapy and Skills Groups
Please call or complete our inquiry form for current group openings

New Autism Support Groups with Dr. Jamell White

Join author and autism expert Jamell White to learn more about autism and talk about your experiences. These groups will combine psychoeducation with facilitated peer support.

When: Summer 2024

What: 2 separate groups

  • Thriving With Autism (for autistic individuals)
  • Parenting Your Autistic Child, Teen, and Young Adult

Interested? Click here to register your interest, and we will follow up with details.

Additional groups now forming. Please contact us for information.

Do you know an adolescent who is having trouble with any of the following?

  • Depression, or low self-esteem
  • Anxiety or shyness
  • Anger and aggression
  • Academic underachievement
  • Behavior problems
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • Social difficulties
  • Family conflict
  • Trouble with authority

Group psychotherapy may be helpful. Group therapy is cost-effective and produces measurable results. Many of the problems adolescents experience are related to difficulties in relationships, or interact with relationships in some way. Problems often occur with friends, boyfriends or girlfriends, teachers, parents or other family members, or other authority figures.

Group psychotherapy gives teenagers the opportunity to learn new problem solving skills, learn about their relationships with others, and get support and feedback from the group. Group psychotherapy is active and goal directed. Each adolescent sets goals before joining a group, and these goals are reviewed and revised on an ongoing basis by the therapist, group members, and parents if appropriate. Adolescents generally enjoy being part of a therapy group, and often participate with more willingness and enthusiasm than other treatment modalities. An initial assessment can determine an adolescent’s appropriateness for group psychotherapy. Treatment in a group need not interfere with existing therapy. We work cooperatively with other therapists and psychopharmacologists.

For additional information about group therapy, visit the American Group Psychotherapy Association.

Or call us at 301-229-9490


4701 Sangamore Road #210N
Bethesda, Maryland 20816
Tel: 301-229-9490

5942 Hubbard Drive
Rockville, Maryland 20852
Tel: 301-230-9490

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