Group Psychotherapy in Durham

We believe in the power of interconnection with others leads to a more fulfilling and meaningful life. Substance use and Mental health struggles are isolating and painful. Individuals often feel the need or desire to separate from others typically because of fear or shame.

Group offers a platform to begin to explore what it is like to be in relationship with others even when our world feels “messy”. What comes of this is often an awareness that “we all have messy bits and when we share our experience around this it allows others to connect with us in a more meaningful and authentic way”.


Outpatient group therapy can be beneficial for a wide range of mental health and substance use disorders, including anxiety, depression, PTSD, and addiction. It can also be helpful for individuals struggling with relationship or interpersonal issues, or those who may be going through a difficult transition such as a divorce, job loss, or other major life change.

During group therapy sessions, individuals have the opportunity to share their thoughts, feelings, and experiences with others who may be going through similar challenges. Group members are encouraged to give and receive feedback, support, and advice. Through the process of interacting with others, individuals can gain insights into their own thoughts, behaviors and emotions, and develop new ways of coping and problem-solving. Our therapists facilitates the process and provides guidance to ensure that the discussion stays on track and that group members remain respectful and supportive of one another.

Group therapy sessions are usually held weekly, with each session lasting between 60-90 minutes. Some group therapy sessions last longer based on the program design.