Stacey Lurie, LCSW
Neda Sanai M.A., AMFT
Group therapy can often produce faster and more effective results than individual therapy. The process of speaking your truth and taking interpersonal risks in front of 5-8 mirrors (members) challenges group members to be vulnerable and generates an unexpected insight to clients’ own conditions helps foster new abilities.
We practice therapy that is change-oriented by helping clients discover emotions, change unhealthy behaviors, and improve their relationships. Clients might seek individual therapy to address current suffering, childhood trauma, or in the pursuit of personal growth and self-knowledge.