Online Group Therapy

LPS offers groups as an cost effective alternative or adjunct to individual therapy.

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Group therapy supports individual growth and awareness by learning new tools, challenging old ways of thinking, and practicing new skills through interactions with others in a trusting, accepting environment. Group therapy can be an inexpensive and ideal choice for gaining valuable experience and receiving honest feedback from peers while creating the space for making positive changes in your life.

Benefits of Group Therapy
  • Safe, supportive environment
  • Interact with peers/knowing you are not alone
  • Improve social skills and connect with others
  • Access a complete support system
  • Practice for real-life situations
  • Opportunity to help others
  • Gain valuable insight
  • Cost effective
What to Expect

Group therapy at LPS involves one or two clinician(s) who lead a group of roughly five to 15 patients. Typically, groups meet for between one and two hours each week. Some people attend individual therapy in addition to groups, while others participate in groups only.

LPS groups are designed to target a specific problem, such as depression, trauma, panic disorder, social anxiety, chronic pain, motivation or substance abuse. Other groups focus more generally on improving social skills, helping people deal with a range of issues such as anger, shyness, loneliness and low self-esteem. Groups often help those who have experienced loss, whether it be a spouse, a child or someone who died by suicide.

Group Therapy Programs

Available groups fill up fast on a first come, first serve basis. The following groups are available or in development. Check back regularly or follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or Linkedin.

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Group Therapy for the Treatment
of Anxiety

Online Sessions: Weekly, 50 – 90 minutes (depending on group size and composition)

Facilitator: Elizabeth Stevens, M.Ed, QMHP-A

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Recovery from Depression:
A TEAM Approach

Online (Open) Group: Weekly meetings, from 50 to 75 minutes

Coordinator: Dr. Eric Zelsdorf and Dr. Don Jaskulske

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Building Blocks: Social Skills for Kids

Online Sessions: Weekly (up to 12 weeks), 50 minutes

Coordinator: Dr. Najwa Mohamed

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Tai Chi for Health and Wellness

Online Sessions: Weekly (up to 12 weeks), 60-75 minutes

Facilitator: Dr. Eric Zelsdorf

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Stress Management for Optimal Health and Performance

Online (Open) Group: Weekly (up to 12 weeks), 90 minutes

Facilitator: Natalia Lugina Mauranne, MS, MA, PsyD

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Kintsugi: The Art of Repair

Online Sessions: Weekly (up to 12 weeks), 90 minutes

Facilitator: Dr. Eric Zelsdorf

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Well-Being – Start Here, Start Now

Online Sessions: Weekly (up to 12 weeks), 60-min twice a week

Facilitator: Dr. Eric Zelsdorf

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DBT Group for Teens - #igotskills Starting Soon

Online Sessions: Weekly (up to 12 weeks), 75-min | Age: 13-17

Facilitator: TBD

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Trauma Recovery

Online Sessions: Online Sessions: 12 | Age: 18+

Facilitator: TBD

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Therapeutic Yoga

Online Sessions: 12 | Age: 16+

Facilitator: TBD

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Nutrition Support Group

Online Sessions: 12 | Age: 16+

Facilitator: TBD

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