Find the Best Therapy Groups in Boston Area

Therapy groups and support groups for DBT skills, addiction recovery, trauma, anxiety, and loss run by the best therapists and psychologists in Boston Area

Mommy Baby Talk

Group Therapist: Gaia Zanna
Time: Sunday mornings from 10:00am to 11:00am. Please inquire about dates.

This is a group focused on new moms that need support around motherhood, relationships, self-esteem, body image, expectations, and other related concerns and relational issues. Moms are welcome with their newborns.

Bi-Monthly Eating Disorder Support Group

Group Therapist: Karin Lewis
Time: Every first and third Wednesday of the month from 6:30pm-8:00pm Please also note that, due to prior professional engagements, group dates may be subject to change. Please make sure to check the schedule before attending.

Led by Karin Lewis, Founder of Karin Lewis Eating Disorder Center, our bi-monthly support group provides a safe space to talk about your challenges, fears, and triumphs. And to take your life back.

This group is open to the public and free of charge. A valid photo ID and pre-registration are MANDATORY for access to the building.

*You can register at by completing the short form here: http://bit.ly/KLEDCregistration, You m...

Women’s Group: Overcoming Stress & Anxiety to Feel More Joy

Group Therapist: Maureen Magauran
Time: TBD; please inquire for more details

Are you feeling stressed and anxious? Does your negative self-talk keep you up at night? Do you want to feel more intimacy and depth of connection with your children and husband? Do you feel like your partner is more interested in what you got at the grocery store than you? Do you want to feel more general light-heartedness and joy, to be able to go with the flow more?

Do you feel like you are either in reactive mode operating from a sp...

Dad's Support Group

Group Therapist: John Carr
Time: Every Tuesday 7:00pm-8:30pm

The purpose of the group is to give dads an opportunity to explore best practices and get support on this most important job: Fatherhood. Dads will find this useful in helping them not feel as alone, while also helping them deepen their dads skills. 
All potential dads must meet with...

Men's Support Group

Group Therapist: John Carr
Time: Every other Tuesday 7:00pm-8:30pm

The purpose of the group is to give men (21-59) an opportunity to explore the messages they've received about what it means to be a (healthy) man. Men find this useful in helping them not feel as alone, while also helping them deepen their ability to perpetuate the positive messages and let go of the negative ones. All potential participants are required to have a meeting with John Carr to determine whether the group is a good fit. This is not...

Stepmother Support Group

Group Therapist: Annkatrine Gates
Time: TBD; please inquire for more information

This bi-weekly support group is for stepmothers to share their experiences, support one another, and to learn specific skills to help them navigate difficult stepfamily dynamics.

Trauma Survivor Support Group

Group Therapist: Annkatrine Gates
Time: TBD; please inquire for more information

This small group is intended to offer a safe space to share the impact of trauma (on the brain and the body) and to help participants learn specific skills to manage their symptoms.

Lunchtime Adult Interpersonal Group

Group Therapist: Joel Krieg
Time: Meets on Thursdays from 12:00pm - 1:15pm; starts April 25, 2019

This is an ongoing interpersonal group for people who are interested in better understanding themselves, improving self-esteem, and strengthening relationships.

The group is designed to help individuals learn about their social and relational difficulties by exploring here-and-now interactions in a setting with others who experience similar struggles. Group offers a place to listen, be heard, and understood.

Life After College

Time: Fridays from 7:30pm to 8:30pm

This is an eight-week psycho-ed group for individuals who have graduated or are about to graduate and are trying to figure out how to navigate what comes next.

Mental Health Support Group

Time: Saturdays; please inquire for times

This is a psycho-ed group that allows for people to come together to share experiences, learn from one another, and grow. Regardless of if you have mental health challenges or just hit a rough patch in life. this group allows for everyone to come together and grow.

Grief Support Group (Boston)

Group Therapist: Annkatrine Gates
Time: Thursdays at 6:00pm

This is a weekly support group for those who are looking to share and manage their bereavement and grief process. The loss of a loved one can feel deeply emotionally overwhelming and to find a dedicated grieving space is often close to impossible as the world keeps moving at such a high speed all around us.

Teens and their Screens: mindfully reducing adolescent screen time

Group Therapist: Liam Lattrell
Time: Saturdays 11:00am-12:00pm

This process and educational group aims to help teenagers learn how to negotiate life with less screen time. Using mindfulness techniques, my group allows teenagers to better understand their use patterns, how it feels to be away from their screen, and the potential mental health and interpersonal benefits of their reduced screen time. I will assign homework and tracking act...

Mental Fitness Group (for boys grades 4-8) Newton Location

Group Therapist: Jotham Busfield
Time: Thursdays (Grades 4-5 meet 3:45pm-5pm; Grades 6-8 meet 5:15pm-6:30pm)

There aren't many groups out there for young guys, and those that do exist are typically about depression or substance abuse...

These six-week seasonal Mental Fitness Groups are about being proactive and acquiring skills that will help young guys Step Up + Move Forward; Connecting and learning about topics that schools leave out, topics that are integral to success and happiness.

Topics Include:
1. Executive Functioning + Res...

Mental Fitness Group (for boys grades 4-8) Lexington Location

Group Therapist: Jotham Busfield
Time: Thursdays (Grades 4-5 meet 3:45pm-5pm; Grades 6-8 meet 5:15pm-6:30pm)

There aren't many groups out there for young guys, and those that do exist are typically about depression or substance abuse...
These six-week seasonal Mental Fitness Groups are about being proactive and acquiring skills that will help young guys Step Up + Move Forward; Connecting and lear...

Young Adult Men's Psychotherapy Group

Group Therapist: Aaron Kaplan
Time: Fridays after 5pm (exact time TBD); the group will start when Aaron gets three members; rolling admissions from then on (capped at 5).

Many individuals who seek group therapy feel lonely, disconnected, inauthentic and generally dissatisfied with their relationships. It can be difficult for them to feel close to others and to start and maintain healthy relationships. They might feel like they are not themselves and not performing up to their potential in personal or professional realms.

This all-male group provides a confidential space to focus on the common challenges...

Ourselves and Others: An Interpersonal Process Group

Group Therapist: Aaron Kaplan
Time: Fridays after 5pm (exact time TBD); This will be a closed group with 4-5 members max.

Many individuals who seek group therapy feel lonely, disconnected, inauthentic and generally dissatisfied with their relationships. It can be difficult for them to feel close to others and to start and maintain healthy relationships. They might feel like they are not themselves and not performing up to their potential in personal or professional realms.

This group provides a confidential space for members to discuss, reflect, and receiv...