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Group Therapy

Group psychotherapy is a powerful intervention for addressing a wide range of problems including:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Personality disorders
  • Impulse control problems
  • Identity issues
  • Interpersonal difficulties

While research on group therapy has found that it can be as or more effective than individual psychotherapy, these two treatment modalities often complement each other when clients engage in them simultaneously.

The Department of Psychiatry offers a number of group therapies based on a range of theoretical perspectives. to learn about training opportunities in group psychotherapy available through the Psychotherapy Division, click on any of the links below.


  • Kathleen Deters-Hayes, LCSW
  • Richard O'Neill, PhD, FAClinP, CGP
  • Deborah Pollack, PhD
  • Robbi Saletsky, PhD
  • Jean Shook, RN, NP-C