Psychotherapy Group (Previous)

This group was run in the Winter of 2023 and is unfortunately not in our current group rotation. If you are interested in working with the group facilitator, Britta, on these issues, please submit a service inquiry.

Are you looking to address various stressors in your life?

Would you like to develop better coping skills to manage anxiety, depression, or other concerns?

Have you had trouble finding a therapist with openings, but you need help now? 

If you answered yes to any of these questions, then our group Navigating the World: A Psychotherapy Group for the New Year might be right for you! 

This group is designed to offer an affirmative environment for individuals seeking to learn and practice coping skills for daily living. Sessions will be curated to meet each theme, borrowing heavily from creative modalities to offer opportunities for self-exploration, expression, and reflection. The focus of this group will be individual in nature, with members given the grace to work independently  with the option to share at the conclusion of sessions. See below for details and the link to register.


Participation Details

Navigating the World is open to individuals 21+ with varying mental health related concerns, including: anxiety, depression, PTSD or trauma backgrounds, and other mood disorders. 

This group will not be a good fit for anyone feeling acutely or presently suicidal – if you are looking for immediate services, please visit our Get Help Now page for crisis response resources.

This condensed program consists of four, 90-minute sessions. Each session takes place at Kindred Psychology. NOTE: Due to a scheduling change, group will now meet from 9-10:30am (previously 10:30-12). Dates and session overviews are as follows: 

  1. Mindfulness: Saturday, January 7th, 2023
  2. Living a Values-Congruent Life: Saturday, January 14th, 2023
  3. Emotional Attunement: Saturday, January 21st, 2023
  4. Socio-Emotional Skills: Saturday, January 28th, 2023

Facilitator & Payment Information

Kindred Psychology clinical staff will facilitate this group. Check out our staff bios here.

Cost for this four-week program is $100 (a more cost-effective route than many individual therapy treatments!), which can be paid in full or at the beginning of each session.

We want your mental health to be a priority. If this fee arrangement is not feasible for you, please reach out to our program director to discuss potential sliding scale accommodations.