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Group Psychotherapy

Group therapy can be an effective form of treatment either instead of, or along with individual therapy.  In addition to an increased understanding of oneself, the feedback offered in group therapy can be very useful in understanding one’s relationships with others.

The MSPC offers two types of group psychotherapy, open groups, and closed groups. Open groups operate on a drop-in basis where individuals can join the group at any time and can come to sessions whenever they’d like. Closed groups have a limited number of seats which requires individuals to sign-up prior to the first session and new members are not added. Members of a closed group commit to attending all sessions for the duration of the group. 

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Current Group Offerings

Group Therapy for Caregivers of Children with Autism. This is a closed group running from 2 to 3 PM on April 26th, May 3rd, May 10th, and May 17th. The group is open to anyone over the age of 18 who is legally responsible for a child with autism. A one-time fee of $5 covers the cost of all four sessions. For more information call 248-919-0063 and ask to speak with Holly or Dr. Maher. 


Questions? Contact us at:
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