Dallas Therapy Groups

Through participation in a group therapy with people who are dealing with similar issues, fears, and underlying problems, you can process through situations in your life, recognize that you’re not alone in the situation you’re in, and receive feedback to help you reach your goals. If you’re participating in individual counseling or therapy with another therapist, you may still be able to participate in one of these groups, with the approval of your current therapist.

Contact Us today to see how group therapy can help you rebuild your relationships, self-esteem, and your life.


Men’s Early Sex Addiction Recovery

Early sex addiction recovery comes with its own challenges. This group can help you take steps to increase trust, while walking through difficult times. It can also help you to identify triggers that you might not recognize, as well as learn how to manage ones that you do recognize. This group utilizes The Recovery Start Kit, which was developed by Dr. Patrick Carnes. It is facilitated by Zach Ramsey. Contact us today to get more information about this group.

When: Tuesday Evenings from 6-7:30 pm

Wednesday evening 6-7:30 pm.

Transgender and Non-Binary Group

This is a weekly process group for people who identify as transgender or non-binary. The goal of this group is to provide a safe and supportive space where members can share experiences and concerns related to being transgender or non-binary. Activities and topics are developed by the group members with support. This is an open ongoing group. Examples of discussion topics may include process of transitioning, coming out, building a support system, advocacy, etc. This group is facilitated by McKenna Rankin. Please contact them today to learn about this group.

Seeking Safety

Seeking Safety includes an evidence-based curriculum that helps people in recovery from addiction and/or trauma build necessary coping skills for improving their relationships, boundaries, thoughts, and actions. If you are struggling emotions or behaviors that feel out of control since a traumatic event or time in your life, this group may be for you. Contact James today to learn more about this group.

Love, Connection, and Relationships Gay Men’s Group

Gay men can deal with specific challenges in self-acceptance, love, and relationships. Phillip McCulley is an LGBTQ specialist, who facilitates this group. Clients will find an open, accepting place to share their stories and process through challenges in their lives. This is a closed group that is ran at various points throughout the year based on client needs. This group focuses on:

  • sex and intimacy issues inside and outside of committed relationships
  • toxic shame and internalized homophobia
  • emotional roadblocks preventing lasting relationships
  • loneliness and isolation

Contact Phillip today to learn more about the group.

Shame and Vulnerability Group

Shame and vulnerability make it difficult to connect with others, and live a wholehearted life. The Shame and Vulnerability Group utilizes the The Daring Way™,  a highly experiential methodology based on the research of Dr. Brené Brown. Whether you’re struggling with intimacy, trust, or personal shame, this group may be able to help. Don’t miss your opportunity to participate in this group. Call today to join the next group.



Therapy Groups February 20, 2013