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Group Therapy

AT Therapy Austin

If you haven’t personally experienced a therapy group, you may have impressions from shows or movies about how it works. Sometimes those can be helpful and sometimes not so helpful. (For example, at Therapy Austin, you may be sitting in a circle with other people struggling with the same issues, but you won’t be sitting in a darkened room lit by fluorescent bulbs wearing a name tag and asked to join a Fight Club). 

Group therapy has been around for a long time and is an effective way to address issues like anxiety, depression, body image, and relationship struggles - issues most people struggle to manage alone. The truth is, we often get more out of group-learning than solo-efforts. Bonus: group therapy costs less per session than individual therapy!

Benefits of Group Therapy

Power in numbers
Affordable alternative
Reduce isolation
Develop communication and socialization skills in real-time
Learn how to express personal issues and accept criticism from others
Practice active listening
Increase self-awareness and gain insight by listening to people with similar issues
Gain motivation to make changes
Receive support and create connection
  • Weekly Process Group


    When: Mondays from 6:15 PM - 7:45 PM

    Where: Virtually on Zoom

    Cost: $50 per session, long-term, ongoing group

    Therapy Austin’s ongoing weekly psychoanalytic psychotherapy group for adults is seeking new members!

    Group therapy is an effective way to address issues of anxiety, depression, relationship struggles, and addictive behaviors (and more!) The idea behind group therapy is that the unique experience of being in a community with peers allows people to benefit in ways that individual therapy, by nature, cannot address in the same way. For example, group members can learn to give and receive feedback from other members, increase self-awareness and gain insight by being around others with similar struggles, practice active listening skills, reduce feelings of loneliness, and learn to receive support and create connections. 

    Bonus: Group learning is a unique (and more affordable) way to participate in deep inner work.

    Meet the Group Leader

    Morgan Shingle Therapy Austin

    Morgan Shingle, LMSW

Group Request Form Closed

We apologize! We are not accepting group requests at this time. All of our groups are currently closed and not accepting new members. We will reopen our request form once a new group forms or space becomes available in our existing groups.
In the meantime, you can work with one of our professional therapists by filling out our request form here.
Power in Numbers!
Or request individual counseling!