Group psychotherapy is a dynamic and effective form of change. Group members learn to deepen connections with others, improve communication, and make significant changes to the way they behave in relationships. People often develop ineffective communication styles in the context of growing up in hurtful or dysfunctional family systems. Group therapy is a means of coming to understand and profoundly change limiting and painful ways of being with others. It works to diminish isolation, guilt, and shame.
Dates & Times
Every Wednesday, 2pm - 3:30pm.
$140 per month (4 sessions per month).
Initial interview required ($130) to determine goals and suitability.
Please note: Participants cannot use their health insurance for this group.
Corey Flanders, LMHC - Corey is a psychotherapist in private practice in Providence, RI. He also works at a hospital program for adults with acute psychiatric issues, from anxiety to depression to personality disorders. He is a husband and father who is dedicated to improving his communication and way of relating—to both his inner world and to the people in his life. Prior to becoming licensed as a therapist, Corey spent 20 years studying and practicing Buddhism and other contemplative traditions with a broad range of teachers in many different settings. He spent a few years as a novice monk and completed more than 400 days of cloistered, silent retreat practice focusing on the tantric and nondual teachings of the Dzogchen tradition. He was an initiated medium in the spiritist tradition of Umbanda for more than 6 years in the rainforests of Brazil and the concrete jungle of Manhattan. He now studies the nondual tantric yoga of Kashmir Shaivism. All these teachings and practices directly inform both his psychotherapy practice and way of living.