Group Therapy

A Group for Every Individual

Depending on your particular needs and goals, you may benefit from group therapy, either on its own or combined with individual therapy. Group therapy at Lahey Hospital & Medical Center offers the benefit of peer-to-peer support in a safe, provider-led environment. Participants hear each other’s stories, learn from each other’s successes and provide support to one another for coping.

Group Therapy Options

We offer a range of options for group therapy, including:

  • Anger management. Learn Cognitive Behavioral Techniques (CBT) to help cope with anger in a supportive, group setting.
  • ADHD. Talk to others with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) about their experiences and how you can cope with the disorder.
  • Depression. Talk with others with depression and learn Cognitive Behavioral Techniques (CBT) to help cope with your symptoms.
  • Borderline personality disorder. Talk to others with borderline personality disorder and learn Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) skills to help cope with your symptoms.
  • Family members with mental illness. Talk to others who have loved ones with mental illness and how you can help support them.
  • Stress management. Learn how to identify the stressors in your life and develop positive coping skills to reduce stress.
  • Coping with chronic illness. Find support during diagnosis and treatment and learn coping techniques for managing stress throughout your journey.
  • Coping with grief and loss. Talk to others who understand grief and loss. Get support, information and other resources to help you through this time.
  • Mindfulness. Learn how to focus on the present moment to help decrease stress, anxiety and depression. Improve your concentration and overall mental health.
  • Pain management. Learn techniques for chronic pain management.
  • Sobriety support. Talk with others who understand your struggle with alcohol and/or drugs. Find peer support and learn coping techniques to help you stay sober.
  • Trauma recovery. Find support during and after hospitalization for a trauma-related injury, including before and after transplant surgery.
  • Weight loss. Learn behavior modification techniques to help manage weight loss and find support and education before, during and after weight loss surgery.