Support Groups in 07081

Social skills for teenagers.
Hosted by Dan Bender
Licensed Professional Counselor, MAEdS, LPC, NCC
Verified Verified
Group meets in Springfield, NJ 07081
Social skills for teenagers.
(908) 398-2097 View (908) 398-2097
Outpatient mental health services provided by Kara S Jablonka, LCSW.
Hosted by Kara S. Jablonka
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified Verified
Group meets in Springfield, NJ 07081
Outpatient mental health services provided by Kara S Jablonka, LCSW.
(908) 490-6180 View (908) 490-6180
This group is intended for individuals who tend to experience instability in interpersonal relationships. Topics to be discussed and explored include: fear of abandonment, self-image issues, codependency, emotional instability as a result of relationship status, communication strategies, etc. A closed ...
Hosted by Michael Evan Schwartz
Psychologist, PhD
Verified Verified
Group meets in Springfield, NJ 07081
This group is intended for individuals who tend to experience instability in interpersonal relationships. Topics to be discussed and explored include: fear of abandonment, self-image issues, codependency, emotional instability as a result of relationship status, communication strategies, etc. A closed ...
(609) 318-3013 View (609) 318-3013
Through Dr. Jed Baker's Social Skills Training Project, we run social skills groups with children, teenagers, and young adults every night of the week.
Hosted by Dan Bender
Licensed Professional Counselor, MAEdS, LPC, NCC
Verified Verified
Group meets in Springfield, NJ 07081
Through Dr. Jed Baker's Social Skills Training Project, we run social skills groups with children, teenagers, and young adults every night of the week.
(908) 398-2097 View (908) 398-2097
Hosted by Tricia Kostin
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MSW, LCSW, LCADC
Verified Verified
Group meets in Springfield, NJ 07081
(862) 259-7182 View (862) 259-7182
This group will focus on helping people to cope better with anxiety. Individuals who have been diagnosed with Panic Disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder are all welcome, as are those who are struggling to manage daily anxiety and stress ...
Hosted by Michael Evan Schwartz
Psychologist, PhD
Verified Verified
Group meets in Springfield, NJ 07081
This group will focus on helping people to cope better with anxiety. Individuals who have been diagnosed with Panic Disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder are all welcome, as are those who are struggling to manage daily anxiety and stress ...
(609) 318-3013 View (609) 318-3013
Starting in March 2020! LOVING, LEAVING, LIVING WITH THE NARCISSIST IN YOUR LIFE... ONLINE support Community: Whether you are living with, in love with, leaving, or have left the narcissist in your life-this group will offer the essential tools necessary ...
Hosted by Wendy Terrie Behary
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified Verified
Group meets in Springfield, NJ 07081
Starting in March 2020! LOVING, LEAVING, LIVING WITH THE NARCISSIST IN YOUR LIFE... ONLINE support Community: Whether you are living with, in love with, leaving, or have left the narcissist in your life-this group will offer the essential tools necessary ...
(973) 671-8047 View (973) 671-8047
Dr. Pete, the CWC, along with pilot Julian Alarcon offer workshops for those with the fear of flying. Contact for more information whether in a group or private setting. We offer these workshops between all office and airport locations.
Hosted by The CWC & Dr. Pete
Psychologist, PhD, ABPP
Verified Verified
Group meets in Springfield, NJ 07081
Dr. Pete, the CWC, along with pilot Julian Alarcon offer workshops for those with the fear of flying. Contact for more information whether in a group or private setting. We offer these workshops between all office and airport locations.
(929) 470-0591 View (929) 470-0591
FAQs - About Group Therapy and Support Groups

How can I find a support group in 07081?

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How does group therapy work?

Therapy groups are led by one or more therapists and serve to help people process their experiences and learn from others who understand their challenges firsthand. They can be based on a specific issue, such as addiction, grief, physical illnesses, parenting, and caregiving. They can involve a specific type of program or therapy, such as a social skills group or CBT group. They can also be specific to a particular population or community, such as teens or LGBTQ.

Support groups, like Alcoholics Anonymous, also focus on a specific issue, but are typically led by members with lived experiences and are less structured than therapy groups. Most therapy groups will meet for a fixed length of time with a consistent group of members, while many support groups meet for an indefinite period of time with members coming and going.

What are the benefits of group therapy?

Support groups help connect people with shared challenges or physical and mental health conditions. In a group setting, participants can receive support and feedback from peers and can acquire new skills, strategies and perspectives by listening to one another. Discussing your experience with someone who also has a cancer diagnosis, or whose son also struggles with addiction, for example, can help you feel less alone, reduce distress, find empathy and connection, and learn practical or medical information that has helped others. Group therapy can also be a more affordable option than individual therapy and just as effective.

Is group therapy as effective as individual therapy?

Support groups can be deeply valuable for both emotional support and/or treatment outcomes. It’s difficult to make a blanket statement on efficacy due to the many different types of support groups and conditions treated, but group therapy has been found to be just as effective as individual therapy in establishing long-term abstinence for conditions such as substance abuse, addiction and alcohol abuse.

How much does group therapy cost?

Group counseling is typically less expensive than individual counseling, with each session costing on average between $60 to $75. Meanwhile, individual therapy sessions can run anywhere from $100 to $200 and up, even after insurance. It is possible to find low-cost group therapy options and many therapists offer group sessions free of charge.

Does insurance cover group therapy?

As with individual therapy, many insurance companies do offer coverage for group therapy sessions. However, the coverage varies based on your insurance plan details and whether you choose an in-network or out-of-network mental healthcare provider. Individuals are encouraged to check with their insurance providers to verify coverage.

How long does group therapy last?

The length of a support group session is often one hour but can fall anywhere between 45 minutes and two hours. The amount of time that people remain in a support group varies based on their specific needs and goals and the type of therapy. Some individuals may seek a shorter-term group, such as a bereavement group, that may last between six and 20 weeks. Some may seek a longer-term group that lasts for a year or indefinitely.

What are the limitations of support groups?

Support groups have many benefits, but there are a few limitations as well. Support groups do not constitute formal therapeutic or medical treatment, and are not run by licensed mental health professionals, so some people may opt for group therapy or individual therapy instead. Additionally, support groups can depend on the other participants, so a disruptive individual has the potential to mar the group dynamic, and the anecdotal information shared may sometimes be unhelpful or inaccurate. Because it is a group setting, confidentiality can be more difficult to guard and participants receive less personalized attention than they would in an individual therapy session.