Group therapy for adults provides a unique opportunity to understand one's current circumstances in the context of others who are experiencing similar situations.  Groups are typically interactive and feedback can come from the therapist and/or other group members who often provide unique insights.

The Psychological Center offers a number of groups for adults (individual's 18 years and older).  For additional information about these groups call 212.650.6602. 



Current ADult psychotherapy groups at The Psychological Center

Interpersonal Psychotherapy Group

Tuesdays from 7:00-8:30 P.M.

Established in 2009, the Interpersonal Psychotherapy Group offers a rich, collaborative, and safe environment for adults to work towards gaining a better understanding of themselves and others.  Emphasizing the here-and-now relationships between group members, the co-leaders facilitate the group in a way that helps each member to develop not only improved relationships within the group, but also in the outside world in the realms of work, romance, family, and friendships. Ultimately, the goal of the group is to help each member build a stronger sense of self through the recognition, experiencing, and sharing of emotion and to resolve the obstacles that interfere with members' realizing their potential.

Group Membership Criteria:

To be determined after consultation and intake sessions.


Between Cultures















Trauma-Focused Psychotherapy Group for Women









Grief and Mourning Group









LGBTQ Psychotherapy Group









Wednesdays from 7:30-8:45 P.M.

  • Are you caught between cultures?
  • Is your family rooted in a different culture than you?
  • Do you feel like you’re not really a part of any group?
  • Do you feel like a different person in different parts of your life?
  • Are you feeling misunderstood by others because of your culture?
  • Are you carrying the weight of cultural/family expectations?
  • Do these conflicts play out in romantic relationships

The Between Cultures Group is a safe, discreet space for people with these types of concerns to explore their experiences, come to understand themselves better and grow.

Group Membership Criteria:

Adults who self-identify as affected by between culture experiences.


Wednesdays from 6:00-7:00 P.M.

This is an open-ended psychotherapy group for women seeking a safe environment to talk about difficult life experiences. The group welcomes members who have encountered past or present trauma including, but not limited to, emotional, sexual, and physical abuse. These experiences can often lead us to feel sad, hopeless, and stuck in unfulfilling relationships. In this group, members will find ways to understand their traumatic experiences in the context of their everyday lives. The goals of the group include encouraging members to build on existing strengths so they can achieve an enhanced sense of safety and agency in their lives.

Group Membership Criteria:

         Women only

Wednesdays From 5:00-6:15 P.M.

The Grief and Mourning group is a therapy group for anyone looking to process recent or past experiences of loss in their life. The person in question could be a family member, spouse or friend, and could potentially include a loved one coping with terminal illness. Sessions will aim to facilitate individual and group processing around the experience of mourning and other existential questions activated by the challenges of loss.  

Group Membership Criteria:

Adults, preferably in individual treatment.



The LGBTQ Psychotherapy Group at The Psychological Center is a small interpersonal process group for youth and young adults ages 18-30 who identify as LGBTQ, are at any stage in their coming out process, or are beginning to explore questions about their gender and/or sexual identity. Group sessions are open-ended; simultaneously guided by group members and facilitated by the two co-therapists.  Common topics include family, work, school, relationships, sexuality, and coming out.

Group Membership Criteria:

Young adults ages 18-30, identify as LGBTQ or are beginning to explore questions about their gender and/or sexual identity.