Transforming Lives Through Group Therapy: Building Strong Connections and Developing Essential Skills for Empowered Living

What is Group Therapy

Is your child having difficulty socializing, developing close relationships, or interacting with strangers? Behavioral traits such as interrupting people mid-sentence or taking things without permission may indicate a need for group therapy.

At the ADHD, Mood and Behavior Center, our group therapy programs create a safe space for individuals to learn, share, grow, and develop new skills. Our licensed clinical social workers and behavioral psychologists lead groups for children, adolescents, teens, and adults, addressing a wide range of mental health issues.

Group therapy provides an opportunity for individuals to interact with peers of the same age, and to gain valuable social skills while learning about themselves. If you’re considering group therapy for your child, we encourage you to attend an intake session with one of our therapists prior to joining a group.

Contact us today to learn more about our group therapy programs, and how we can help your child develop the skills necessary to thrive.

If you are looking to help your child develop social skills and learn how to interact with others, then group therapy might be right for you. With the help of our licensed child psychologists and adolescent psychologist, your child will be able to interact with children their own age and learn the proper ways to handle social interactions outside of the group therapy sessions.

Please call the office at (973) 605-5000 or email: for more information or to sign up for a group.

Current Groups We Offer

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Social Skills Group (Ages 6-10)

These groups focus on building and maintaining friendships, social problem-solving, communication, teamwork and conflict resolution. Groups meet weekly on Saturday mornings at 9am or 10am depending on their age. A licensed child psychologist will help the group develop skills to overcome their issues and display proper ways to interact with others.

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Adolescent Girls’ Group (Ages 11-13)

A group focusing on issues affecting young adolescents including maintaining healthy friendships, decision making, stress reduction, bullying, self-esteem and conflict resolution. Groups meet weekly on Monday evenings at 6pm. Adolescent psychologists will help pave the stepping stones a child may need to live and maintain a healthy lifestyle.

We are currently in the process of forming the following groups

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