Group Therapy

Please contact us directly to be added to a group at

info@greenpointpsychotherapy.com or 347-255-1747


Current Group Offerings

Standing in Power: A Support Group for Women of Color in Corporate America with Octavia Phoenix, MHC-LP

Thursdays from 6:00-7:00pm EST

This weekly support group is for Women of Color who work in Corporate America. This space was created to give Women of Color a safe and supportive space to share their experiences. In a world where they are forced to make themselves small. This is the space to not only take your power back, but to stand in it. This group will allow participants to build community amongst other Women of Color who share similar experiences within their workplaces.

Together, the group will discuss and explore various topics related to career, self identity, the challenges experienced as a WOC, burnout, and self-care. Participants will be able to take away coping strategies and tools to continue to express and process their experiences and emotions. This group is open to all Women of color with various corporate experiences.

Being Men with Nick Zolnierowski, MHC-LP

Mondays from 7:00-8:00pm EST

This group is a safe judgment-free space where men can explore what it means to embrace mental health care in a society that has traditionally looked down on us for doing so. Led by a trauma-informed therapist, there will be regular explorations of masculinity, everyday life stressors, and an emphasis on growing a community of diverse voices to share our unique experiences of Being Men.

Polyamory and Consensual Non-Monogamy Support Space with Lauren Silverman, LMSW

Mondays from 6:00-7:00pm EST

This weekly group is a safe support space for individuals who are currently navigating or have curiosity in learning more about: alternative relationship structures including consensual non-monogamy and polyamory.

This group is open to all experience levels, individuals, and couples.

This group will provide a space to develop community while engaging in guided exploration of identity, commonly shared questions, and experiences. Discussion topics may include: jealousy, coming out/acceptance, disclosures to new partners, mono-polyam dynamics, sexual health and wellness, communication skills, boundaries vs. agreements vs. rules, and attachment styles.

Body Image Support Group with Sarah Mosteller, LCAT 

Wednesdays from 6:00pm-7:00pm EST

Within this space, participants will gain greater insight into their unique relationship with their body’s lived experiences, learn to navigate negative self concepts with compassion, explore how body image impacts identity and overall well-being, and process experiences of weight stigma and fatphobia.

Participants will gain resources and information on the concepts of Body Justice, Fat Liberation and Radical Self-Acceptance, foster connection and decrease feelings of isolation while exploring these complex topics, and cultivate a more understanding and harmonious relationship with the body. 

Participants will have the opportunity to explore group themes through verbal processing and art therapy modalities. 

This group will be facilitated with a HAES (Health At Every Size) approach.


Past Groups

Single and Empowered 

Mondays from 6:30-7:30pm EST

In a world that often emphasizes romantic relationships as a measure of our worth, being single can be an underrated and sometimes challenging journey. "Empowering Singlehood" is a support group designed to provide a safe space for individuals who are navigating the complexities of single life in today's society. Whether you're newly single, have been for a while, this group is dedicated to helping you embrace, celebrate, and redefine what it means to be single. We would explore: self love, self worth, loneliness, fears, society norms and pressures, dating, friendship, breakups and more.

Moving Through Parenthood Group

Thursdays from 9:00-10:00am EST

Please join us in exploring this new role as a caregiver. The world has so many expectations surrounding parenthood and what it means to be a caregiver, our goal is to create a space to process all of the thoughts and feelings surrounding this transformative time to highlight the strengths and isolation that may come up.

This is a space to be present, free of judgements. Created by an emerging caregiver and psychotherapist, this group is created in support of caregivers in all forms of identity and role. The space is for anyone wanting to connect and gain deeper understanding within their relationships to self.  Participants will be guided through verbal and non-verbal processing to incorporate movement exploration with a Dance/Movement Therapist to support individuals who increase an overall body awareness and mind body connection within the self.

Anxiety Support Group

Mondays from 7:30pm-8:30pm EST

Do you experience social anxiety, imposter syndrome, work anxiety or Sunday scaries? With our ever changing environment anxiety is showing up more and more for people throughout life. Anyone seeking support to find new ways to cope and manage symptoms of anxiety is welcome to join.

This will be an exploration of finding community within anxiety and finding support together. We will explore spiraling thoughts, detachment, dissociation, distraction. We will increase your coping skills and use our bodies to manage somatic symptoms such as increased heart rate.  

Assertiveness Group

Tuesdays from 7:00-8:00pm EST

Let's learn to express ourselves as clearly and directly as possible and not feel bad about it. 

Participants will explore their current communication style and foster new ways to improve assertive communication. Participants will explore cultural factors, mental health, and intersectionalities influencing communication styles and behaviors. Group members will explore the impact of confidence on communication and the ways in which enhancing assertive behaviors and communication can reduce feelings of low self-esteem, depression, and anxiety. 

Participants will have the opportunity to explore communication and behaviors through self-reflection, role play, art therapy, creative expression, and talk therapy. 

Self-Expression Through Art Therapy Group

Fridays from 5:00-6:00pm EST

This is a safe, supportive space for folks to express themselves and gain a deeper understanding of their inner selves. Participants will be guided using creative arts therapy to help: understand and process emotions, help reduce anxiety, manage stress, improve mood, better self-esteem, and discover their authentic self within a group setting. This group is for anyone wanting to explore the process of creating art in a therapeutic setting. 

Participants are encouraged to bring any drawing art medium you would like to use (e.g. pastels, colored pencils, markers, pencils, crayons, pens). Avoid slow-drying mediums, such as paints and watercolor because we’ll be sharing the work in session.

Exploring Sexuality

Tuesdays from 6:00-7:00pm EST

Join us for a weekly support space for folks to explore their relationship with sexuality! Although anyone is welcome to this space, it is geared toward individuals who are exploring bisexuality, pansexuality, queerness in general, and folks who are questioning their sexuality. No identification with labels necessary to join!

Within this space we will explore a variety of topics including but not limited to: coming out to friends and family, erasure of identity and general representation, navigating queer spaces and building community, experiencing sexuality while in straight presenting relationships, and so much more!  

Artful Healing: Depression Support Group 

Tuesdays from 6:00pm-7:00pm EST

This group is for folks seeking a nurturing and empathetic environment where individuals struggling with depression can openly discuss their challenges, develop a deeper understanding of depression, and engage in creative expression with art therapy. In this group participants will utilize art therapy to mitigate symptoms of depression to improve overall mental health and wellbeing.  A group setting offers a safety net for one to share their story with their peers while lending a sympathetic ear to others.