Group Psychotherapy in the News

Articles on AGPA and Group Therapy are increasingly appearing in the press; click on the links below to view the stories.

Psych Up Live - Suzanne Phillips Radio Show

Psych Up Live turns up your psychological perspective on life issues. With a wide variety of guests, Host Suzanne Phillips passes forward the latest in books, findings, and information relevant to your life and the world you live in. She explores topics as varied as family relationships, binge eating and violence on campus. In a conversational style, Suzanne and her guests translate the latest in psychology to exemplify ways of coping with child rearing, divorce, medical diagnosis, campus violence and social anxiety. She engages her guests with questions, often voicing her own thoughts or sharing related stories. What is particularly exciting about Psych Up Live is the opportunity for you to call in with your own stories, questions and opinions. Psych Up Live captures your attention as it considers life issues that will intrigue and inform you each Thursday at 11 AM Pacific Time, 2PM Eastern Time on the VoiceAmerica Variety Channel.

The Group Dynamics Podcast - Angelo Ciliberti

Interested in group? My name is Angelo, and I am excited to share these conversations that explore what it means to live and grow within groups - from our early lives to our professional role as leaders. In these episodes, you will hear from some of the key figures practicing and writing about group dynamics from around the country and the world. It’s my hope that these dialogues will inform and challenge - so that we can all learn more about the vitalization that can occur through rich emotional engagement in group.

5 Reasons Group Therapy Is the Best Choice for Struggling Teens

by Sean Grover in Psychology Today | Dec 15, 2017

group for teens article
Individual therapy is a wonderful tool for helping teenagers overcome their fears, improve their moods, and explore their feelings. But why do so many teens with social problems fail to benefit from individual therapy?

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5 Ways Group Therapy Empowers You in Relationships

by Sean Grover in Psychology Today | Dec 08, 2017
ways group empowers you article

Are you tired of feeling like an outsider? Group therapy can help.
Do you get anxious or fearful in intimate exchanges? Do you become controlling, irritated, or combative? Do you feel let down or unfulfilled?

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How Group Therapy Can Empty Your Basket of Troubles

by Sean Grover in Psychology Today | Sep 22, 2017
group can empty your basket of troubles article
The express lane to healthier relationships and lasting happiness.
So often we feel consumed by our problems. Overcome one obstacle, and another appears. Solve one dilemma, another one taps you on your shoulder.

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3 Ways Group Therapy is Better Than Individual Therapy

by Sean Grover in Psychology Today | Sep 08, 2017
group is better than individual article
Are you cycling through the same old relationship problems and making the same mistakes over and over again?

Individual therapy is ideal for helping you understand your history, fears, and insecurities.

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Why Group Therapy Worked

by David Payne in The New York Times | August 2015

Why did group therapy work when individual didn’t? Part of it was that having nine different mirrors reflect back my problematic behavior brought into brilliant and incontrovertible light what I had been able to avoid confronting in a one-on-one exchange.

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Group Therapy NPR Show

*Featuring AGPA Members Tony Sheppard PsyD, CGP, FAGPA and Judith Coche PhD, ABPP, CGP, LFAGPA

 State of Affairs Radio Program | 2013

group therapy npr show tony sheppardIs Group Therapy Effective with Drs. Tony Sheppard and Judith Coche. State of Affairs radio program, WFPL, Louisville.

Listen to full radio interview here.

Treating Mental Illness With Psychotherapy

*Featuring AGPA Member and Past President Jeffrey L. Kleinberg, PhD, CGP, DFAGPA

by Maureen Cavanaugh, Natalie Walsh in the KPBS | Feb 23, 2010

Dr. Jeffrey Kleinberg discusses the changing nature of psychotherapy and the balancing act between medication and talk therapy to treating mental health issues.

Listen to full radio interview here.

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