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Group therapy can be a powerful method of counseling. Groups provide a safe environment which encourages support of its members and personal and relationship growth. Some groups are structured around a theme. Other groups, with less structure, help members learn more about themselves and the way they interact. In couples’ groups, participants improve their relationships and support others in doing the same. 

In couples groups, participants learn the theory and practice of Imago therapy. They support each other as a community in their relationship growth.

In the safe environment of group therapy, individuals, whether they are in relationship or single, learn more about themselves, their impact on others and ways to improve their relationship skills. Group therapy helps individuals to grow into wholeness, within the context of relationship.

Groups for Individuals | Events

Organizer Title Details Contact Where When
David Flohr Long Term Mixed Adult Process Oriented Group Running for over 25 years these groups offer adults a supportive yet therapeutic group environment within which to address their unique individual issues. C0-led by Dr. Katherine Williams.


703 533 9302
Falls Church, Virginia Tuesday and Wednesday mornings (different groups)
Alicia George Finding and Keeping Love: 8-Week Relationship Group for Singles Learn tips and tools that lead to more success in love in an 8-week group for singles of all ages. Structured like a workshop, the group includes informative presentations, written exercises, opportunities to practice new communication skills, and weekly goal-setting. Limited to 6 people. A free intake interview and nonrefundable deposit are required to reserve a place. See my website ( for a flyer and more information. (202) 328-9055 3000 Connecticut Ave. NW, Suite 210, Washington, DC (near Woodley Park-Zoo Metro) Wednesdays 6:35-8:05 p.m. for 8 weeks. See my website for next start date.
Teresa M. Hunt Personal Development Imago Group This Personal Development Group is for Individuals, Single or Partnered, wishing to understand more about themselves and their relationships. Follows the Curriculum of 'Keeping the Love You Find'. Beginning Soon. May become an ongoing Therapy Group. Call for Details 410-507-5650.


133 Defense Highway, #210, Annapolis MD 21401 Fridays 12 Noon to 1:30PM
David Flohr Connected Parents: Thriving Kids - Imago Parenting A small group of parents meet for 8 2.5 hour meetings and work through the Imago Parenting program developed by the Imago Parenting Task Force. This is an excellent program and facilitates individuals in becoming more conscious and competent parents. Self study, experiential exercises,skill building and mini-lectures are the primary methods. An excellent Participant Manual is included.


(703) 533-5824 ex 6
109 Park Washington Court Falls Church Virginia 22046 TBD beginning Fall, 2016
Alicia George Learn to Cope, Communicate, and Connect This long-term group is designed to help men and women cope more successfully, communicate more effectively, and connect more deeply. In an environment that encourages self-discovery and growth, members can get feedback about how they relate to others, practice constructive communication techniques, and try out new ways of interacting. Limited to 8 people. A free intake interview is required. (202) 328-9055 3000 Connecticut Ave. NW, Suite 210, Washington, DC (near Woodley Park-Zoo Metro) every Thurs. 6:35-8:05 p.m.
Michael Borash Overcoming a Difficult Childhood Do you have difficulties in your personal relationships? Have you had serious struggles in your committed partnership(s)? Ever wonder if your early family learning might have had something to do with it? The goals of this group are to help group members understand the positive and negative adaptations that occur for children growing up in a dysfunctional family situation and how those adaptations may still be playing out in adulthood. The group will offer its members the opportunity to practice relationship tools to deepen intimacy and create safety for self and others.


Woodbridge, VA Thursdays from 6- 7:30pm

Women's groups have all of the advantages of group therapy and yet provide the safety of helping women grow into their full selves with other women.

Women's Groups | Events

Organizer Title Details Contact Where When
Alicia George Build Relationship Skills and Self-Esteem This ongoing psychotherapy group is for women who want to improve their relationship skills and self-esteem. In an environment that offers honesty, acceptance, and support, members can discover what keeps them from relating effectively, then learn to communicate more assertively, relate more authentically, and accept themselves more fully. Limited to 8 members. A free initial consultation is available to all prospective members. (202) 328-9055 3000 Connecticut Ave. NW, Suite 210, Washington, DC (near Woodley Park-Zoo Metro) every Tuesday 6:35-8:05 p.m.
Ann Dobbertin Women's Psychotherapy Group It is a gathering place for women to share common concerns: self-care, loss of work identity, isolation, relationship a with spouse and family, parenting . . . It offers an opportunity to focus on thoughts, feelings, and personal growth when there isn't much space to do it at home. Dream work, art work and structured exercises enhance the workings of the group.


Ann Dobbertin 3320 Stanford St. Hyattsville, MD 20783 Wednesdays - Weekly 10:30-12N
Caroline Bernhardt-Lanier Mom Matters Group for Mothers Weekly group for mothers of young children to explore their challenges and hopes, learn how to manage stress and anxiety better, and discover new balance, confidence, and self-care tools.


Bradley Hills Presbyterian Church, Bethesda Tuesdays, 9:30-11am, Sept.-Dec.
Marianne Tamulevich Women's Group Co-led Women's Psychotherapy Group 25 years and older. Relationship issues, midlife changes, personal feedback and support. Please call for more information and personal interview.


202 234 9342
1700 17th Street NW Suite 601 Wednesdays 11:30 - 12:45
Hayley Hoffman Women in the 2nd Chapter of Life 20-something to 40-something, curious about how you got here and who you are in this moment of your life, willing to explore the emotions, behaviors and patterns that keep you stuck, prepared to peel back “layers of the onion” to better understand your “baggage,” curious about what change might look and feel like, looking for validation, seeking a personal challenge, desiring support, considering a career move or a geographical solution, yearning for a devoted relationship, in a relationship, committed to single-life, juggling the balance of career and personal life, beginning a family, and/or perhaps, hoping to avoid the mistakes of your past.


St. Mark's 301 A Street SE WDC 20002 Weds 8am-9:15 am
Hayley Hoffman Women in the 3rd Chapter of Life A (wo)man's age is something impressive. It sums up her [sic] life: maturity reached slowly and against many obstacles, illnesses cured, griefs and despairs overcome, and unconscious risks taken; maturity formed through so many desires, hopes, regrets, forgotten things, loves. A (wo)man's age represents a fine cargo of experiences and memories. - Antoine de Saint-ExuperyWomen who identify as any or all of the following may be interested in a psychodynamic group therapy experience: An Empty nester, a Career changer, Over 50, Going through Menopause, Going through Perimenopause, Becoming a Grandparent, Single again, Single by choice, in a “December romance”, Considering retirement, Looking for passion, Embracing the changes, In a long term relationship or feeling generally discomfited due to changes in your body, your life situation or your options at this stage of life.


St. Mark's 301 A Street SE WDC 20002 Thurs 7: 30 pm
Hayley Hoffman Sexuality and Women in the 3rd Chapter of Life 10 week sessions focused on sexuality provide a platform for psycho-education, sexual education, personal growth, self-reflection and interpersonal exploration. These goals may prove to be merely the beginning of a journey the women in the group will take together. Commitment to the ongoing process, even when discussions feel challenging, awkward or invasive is an investment in self-knowledge. Through the confidential group experience, you will be encouraged to make changes in your sexual life, participate in exercises and discussions regarding your sexual concerns, your body, long-believed myths about female sexuality, aging and stereotypes. You will identify your sexual wants and needs and explore ways to achieve sexual self-awareness and satisfaction. You will learn safe, positive communication with a partner. You will explore your sexual identity past and present and the impact of aging on your sexuality. Sexual knowledge: fact versus fiction, relationship hopes and wants, and perceptions that prevent you from living as an authentically sexual woman in your later life will be explored in the safe confines of the group. During the group, you will learn ways to communicate with others, to identify your feelings and recognize behaviors that emerge. You will validate and empathize with group members while being seen and heard as your authentic self. Given time, grace and a willingness to be curious, the group will develop its identity.


St Mark's 301 A St SE WDC 20002 Thurs 7:30 am- 8:50 am (10 weeks only)

Men's groups have all of the advantages of group therapy and yet provide the men with the opportunity to grow into their full selves and be supported by other men.

Men's Groups | Events

Organizer Title Details Contact Where When
Carl Siegel Imago Men's Relationship Group The Imago Men's Group is an experience that encourages you to improve yourself and your relationships. This group is for you if: You want more enthusiasm for life. You're looking for more meaningful relationships. You want to improve your relationship with self and others You want to make positive change stick. Your primary relationship is in a rut. Your fuse is short and little irritants are really starting to matter. You want to change cycles of arguments and conflict. This experience will enrich your life in the ways that are most important to you. Through connection with other men, the Imago Men's Group can help you develop a more rewarding relational life and make positive change stick. - Carl Siegel, Ph.D. New Group Forming (Current 6:30 group is full) When: New Group Forming that will meet 8:10-9:40 on Tuesdays) Where: 1920 G St NW, Washington, DC Cost: Sliding Fee Scale Please schedule an initial interview with Carl Siegel (202-669-6417) to see if this group might be for you.


202-449-3789 x701
1830 Conn. NW, Washington DC Thursday nights 6:30-8:00 pm

"Other" groups are based on various themes, such as dreams, sexuality, careers. Feel free to look at the schedule to see what best fits your needs.

Other Groups | Events

Organizer Title Details Contact Where When
David Flohr 'The ParentCircle' parent development groups A small group of parents meet regularly with Dr. Flohr to address their parenting issues within an energetic and supportive environment. Parent Education, Support and Personal Growth work are the 3 keys elements to this 1-3 year,Imago infused, parent development group based model.


703 533 9302
Falls Church, Virginia Every other Monday 5:45-7:45 PM
Ann Dobbertin Dream Group In Dream Groups we learn how to work with our dreams in order to unravel the symbols, the language, the messages that come to aid us in our individual lives. We explore universal symbology as well as uncover our own special themes and their multiple meanings. We use art work, Voice Dialogue and Psychodrama to explore dreams more fully.


Ann Dobbertin 3320 Stanford St. Hyattsville, MD 20783 Monday Monthly 10 am-1 pm OR Wednesday 5:30-8:30pm OR Thursday 10-1
David Flohr ParentCircle Consultation Group A small group of licensed clinicians meet monthly for training and support in learning and implementing the ParentCircle model, a group based comprehensive approach to the self development of the parent. Participant's have the opportunity for live observation of a ParentCircle being run by David. The group process component of this model for facilitating the development of the parent includes the foundations of Imago Relationship Therapy in effective and innovative methods of groupwork. Talk to David for more info.


703 533-9302
Falls Church Virginia Monthly on Saturday mornings from 12-2.

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