We conduct therapy groups to provide another avenue of treatment that can yield different benefits for you than do individual sessions. Group therapy can be an excellent supplement to individual therapy. Some groups may have a pre-determined number of sessions whereas others may run on an open-ended basis. All groups require an initial individual meeting with the group leader.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Group for Depression & Anxiety

Tuesdays, 10-11:15 am

($100 per week, Out-of-network insurance benefits may apply)

This 14-week therapy group is an evidence-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) group for adults of all ages, including young adults, who are depressed and/or anxious and would like to learn specific tools and strategies to help them feel better and to learn more adaptive patterns for thinking and behaving. Please see flyer for more information. To register: contact us at (240) 676-4206, x1 or info@snowpsych.com.

Level II Group for Depression & Anxiety

Thursdays, 10-11:15 am

($100 per week, Out-of-network insurance benefits may apply)

This is an ongoing therapy group for those who have completed the 12-week Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) group and would like to continue their group therapy work to practice their new tools and skills and to receive support and feedback from peers. Please discuss your interest in joining with Dr. Selena Snow.

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Everyday Mindfulness Skills Group

Wednesdays, 12 noon -1:15 pm

($100 per week, Out-of-network insurance benefits may apply)

This 12-week therapy group is for adults who are feeling overwhelmed or stressed and would like to learn mindfulness skills to increase a sense of life balance, resiliency, and feelings of peace and well-being. Learn to focus your awareness on the present moment and to be more accepting and less judgmental. Please see flyer for more information. To register: Contact us at (240) 676-4206 x1 or info@snowpsych.com.

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Adjusting to Life After Retirement Group

Thursdays, 9-9:55 am

($60 per week, Out-of-network insurance benefits may apply)

This open-ended therapy group is for older adults adjusting to life transitions in the phase of life following retirement including identity issues, changes in social network and family dynamics, caregiving stressors, and age-related health concerns. An individual intake session and an initial three-month commitment are required to join. Please see flyer for more information. To register: contact us at (240) 676-4206, x1 or info@snowpsych.com.

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Co-ed Separation and Divorce Support Group

Wednesdays, 12 noon-1:15 pm

($100 per week, Out-of-network insurance benefits may apply)

This 16-week group is intended for adults of all ages who are currently separated or divorced and would like a safe and non-judgmental space to process their associated feelings. Topics will include coping skills, stress management, acceptance strategies, self-care and self-compassion techniques, as well as support and problem solving from others in similar situations. Please see flyer for more information. To register: Contact us at (240) 676-4206 x1 or info@snowpsych.com.

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Teens Managing Emotions & Relationships Group

Wednesdays, 6-7:15 pm

($100 per week, Out-of-network insurance benefits may apply)

This 16-week therapy group is intended for high school girls who would like to learn skills to better manage difficult and intense emotions that can be overwhelming, communicate more effectively with others, and develop healthy relationships that enhance emotional well-being. Topics will include coping skills and problem solving, mindfulness skills, emotional regulation strategies to deal with strong feelings, distinguishing between healthy and unhealthy relationships,  effective communication methods to express needs and concerns to others, self-care and self-compassion techniques, as well as giving and receiving support from peers. Please see flyer for more information. To register: Contact us at (240) 676-4206 x1 or info@snowpsych.com.

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Teens Managing Emotions & Relationships Group