I am not so sure about a support group…

Uncertainty about joining a support group is completely understandable. While research highlights the benefits of support groups and group therapy, apprehensions may linger. Support groups come in diverse forms—some are closed, maintaining consistency and trust once started, while others are open, allowing flexible entry for new members at any time.

Being part of a support group offers unique advantages, allowing you to connect with individuals who share similar experiences. It provides a space to process emotions with others who can deeply understand your journey. The setting fosters a sense of security, reducing feelings of isolation, and presents an opportunity not only to navigate your own experience but also to offer proactive support to fellow participants, creating an empowering dynamic. Moreover, support groups tend to be cost-effective.

Concerns about vulnerability in sharing personal stories are valid, as joining a support group requires courage. A proficient facilitator, however, establishes clear ground rules for how the group functions, emphasizing confidentiality, expected behavior, and the creation of a safe and inviting culture.

If you have specific questions or reservations, feel free to contact us at PsychSolutions directly for personalized answers. Consider this your invitation—joining a support group might be precisely what you’ve been seeking.

For current support groups, click on our “How we Help” tab in the header, then “Groups.”



PsychSolutions provides services for trauma, motor vehicle & workplace injury, bipolar, anxiety, depression, insomnia, suicidal prevention & bereavement, and relationship and parenting difficulties.