Charles Glazier LICSW, CGP
Groups for Adults
Psychotherapy groups help you to make lasting changes in the way you connect to others and the way you handle feelings. This group therapy aims to improve your capacity to know in real-time what you are feeling, what you need from others, and what inner resources you have that you can rely on.
Group offers a safe place to develop and practice new skills for handling situations that baffle and frustrate you in daily life. Group therapy works well in concert with individual psychotherapy or marital therapy. Members report improved pleasure and happiness with their partner and with their children. Members report that their experience in group has helped them to stop falling into self-defeating patterns at work and at home.
Currently I have two on-going groups with openings:
- Monday nights from 7 p.m. to 8:15 p.m.
- Tuesday nights from 7 p.m. to 8:15 p.m.
If you are interested in learning more about how group psychotherapy can be helpful to you, call me at 67-645-5048.
I have extensive post-graduate training in group therapy, have experience leading groups for children and adults since 1987, and am a lead organizer of the annual NSGP group therapy conference in Boston.
Groups for Parents with "Covid Kids"
Is your kid depressed, anxious, irritable, withdrawn, apathetic, uncooperative?
Have you called ten therapists and still can't find one?
This parent group provides a positive alternative as effective as individual therapy for your child or teen. The group experience will energize you with insight and support so you can restore your child's own natural self-righting capacities.
I have been a child and family therapist for 35 years, working with parents to help develop the energy, courage and direction to get their children unstuck and back to the business of growing up. For the past year I have been conducting groups and trainings on Zoom, and I'm pleased and impressed with how effective this platform is for people seeking support, expertise and clear goals.
This group is designed to teach you ways that bypass mood and behavior problems to connect with your child's underlying needs. You will learn and practice ways to talk and act that help them grieve the past year and gather their courage to go forward. Working together, you and other parents will help each other take the message home and make the changes that restore your children's resiliency.
The group meets Tuesdays from 5:30 to 6:45 pm. on Zoom. For more information, contact me at 617-645-5048.