WHAT IS GROUP THERAPY?
Group therapy is a safe place where you can change how you think about yourself and can practice new ways of expressing yourself. Group therapy can be particularly helpful when you are in transition (leaving or beginning a relationship, changing careers, dating, coming out, giving up bad habits) or in helping you to become "unstuck" so that you can make a change. You get direct feedback from your peers about any distortions in your thinking (for example, the group challenges the idea that you will never have a lover again after a relationship ends), as well as direct evidence about how other group members handle or view specific problems.
If you have an individual therapist, you are welcome to join a group as long as your therapist is willing to communicate with Dr. Williams when necessary. Some group members also have individual therapy sessions with Dr. Williams, while others only attend group. Depending on needs and finances, some schedule private sessions weekly or bi-weekly, while others have an individual session when needed during a crisis.
*NOTE: All groups require an intake/screening, call to schedule at 706-224-0012.