Group therapy- is a form of therapy where individuals can experience a safe place to connect, relate, learn, and change in an interpersonal environment. Groups typically have anywhere from 5-12 members, depending on the nature and purpose of the group. Group therapy can be particularly helpful when mental health concerns interfere with relationships.
*If you would like to learn more about our groups, or to see if you are a good candidate for group, please call our office: 801-224-2312 and either Luke Marvin, PhD, Licensed Psychologist or Adam McDonald, Phd Candidate, Counseling Psychology Intern, will reach out to you.
Groups we currently offer:
Younger Adult Process Group (Wednesday’s 4:00 – 5:25 pm- For 18 to 35 year-old adults (Millennial and Gen-Z adults) dealing with various mental, emotional, and social issues. This group offers a warm and therapeutic environment where individuals can be heard, supported, validated, and challenged in helpful ways. This modality of treatment can be particularly helpful for those who are seeking to strengthen their identity, improve interpersonal assertiveness, set better boundaries, and/or become appropriately vulnerable with peers. Dr. Luke Marvin, PhD, Licensed Psychologist and Adam McDonald, PhD candidate, Counseling Psychology Intern
Adult General Process Group (Wednesday’s 5:30 – 6:55 pm)- For adults (18-65 approximately) dealing with a variety of mental health concerns including but not limited to depression, anxiety, and relational concerns. This group is a place to receive support, gain insight of self and others, experiment with new ways of being, confront social anxiety, deal with shame and increase compassion, learn assertiveness and boundary setting, practice emotional expression, etc. The group will have periodic openings throughout the year for possible new group membership.
Compassion-Focused Group (Wednesday’s 7:00 – 8:00 pm) Our Compassion-Focused Therapy group is an 8-week course intended to provide therapeutic experiences for individuals with a broad range of mental health challenges; including anxiety disorders, mood disorders, perfectionism, and shame. This group focuses on helping members build effective insight and skills to experience more compassion for self and others. Each session includes a psychoeducation portion of structured teaching, an experiential practice portion, and a process portion where members discuss their group experiences with other members.
Teen Group (Tuesday’s 4:00 – 5:00 pm) For teens ages 13-17 dealing with various mental, emotional, and social issues. This is an 8-week group where teens can connect, learn, and practice scientifically supported coping strategies. This is a warm and therapeutic group where the leaders foster a space of non-judgment, support, and safety. Members of this group can expect to improve their social and emotional resilience and better cope with the inherent challenges of the teen world.