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Group Therapy for Young Adults

Teen Counseling Group

As young adults navigating the world on your own, therapy and support groups can be a lifeline to feeling normal the highs and lows - even when life is chaotic or upsetting. Our groups provide social support and connection with peers going through similar stages in life, and help you build skills to feel strong and confident in your next steps. You don't have to do it alone!

 

How To Register for Group Therapy

If you are not a current client at Sentier Psychotherapy, please email Sarah to get registered for a group: sjohnson@sentiertherapy.com. You will need to schedule a Group Intake (for all groups other than Teen Meditation, and Girls Empowerment ). Girls Empowerment group requires a 30 minute phone screening, which can also be arranged by emailing Sarah at sjohnson@sentiertherapy.com. An Intake is a 30 minute session with a therapist who will ask you a few questions to determine if you are an appropriate fit for the group in which you are interested.

If you are a current client at Sentier Psychotherapy, talk with your therapist about your interest in a group that is being offered. You and your therapist can talk about whether or not the group will be helpful to you in your current situation.

Common Questions About Group Therapy

Will my insurance cover group therapy?

It is likely that your insurance provider will cover some of the expense. Sentier Psychotherapy provides out-of-network services with all major insurance providers. Please see list of out-of-network insurance questions. Your therapist can work with you on this during your Group Intake.

Will other group members tell outside people what I talked about in group sessions?

Your therapist takes confidentiality seriously. Every group member is required to sign an agreement to keep conversations from group time private. Group members are not to share names of others in the group or content from group discussion with people outside of the group. These rules are in place in order to create a safe environment in which people feel comfortable sharing their thoughts and experiences.