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Group Therapy

MyPsychology BC provides virtual group psychotherapy not limited to cities in Vancouver and across BC. Our specialized group therapy is designed to provide a supportive and comfortable environment for individuals to unlock their social potential and overcome challenges.

In our small group therapy sessions, you'll have the opportunity to express your thoughts and emotions while surrounded by others who may share similar experiences.


Verbalizing fears and anxieties is an important step towards therapeutic growth, as it helps give form to unexpressed thoughts.


By participating in our safe and nurturing environment, you'll learn valuable strategies to effectively communicate your thoughts and emotions, gain insight into others' perspectives, and accurately interpret social cues.


These skills are essential for building connections, experiencing emotional connections, and enriching your overall well-being.

Support Group Meeting


Our group therapy sessions focus on managing stress and anxiety through role-playing real-life social scenarios.


We incorporate evidence-based techniques such as cognitive-behavioral skills, mindfulness, and real-life exposure to provide you with practical tools that extend beyond the therapy environment.

To ensure individual attention and an optimal learning environment, our group sizes are kept small.

 We understand the importance of flexibility, and our group psychotherapy is not limited to the Vancouver and BC area as it is conducted virtually, allowing you to participate from the comfort of your own space.


  • High School (13-18 years)

  • Young Adult (18-23 years)

  • Young Professionals

  • Recent University Graduates

If you're ready to embark on a transformative journey towards enhanced social skills and personal growth, we invite you to join our group therapy sessions virtually.


Contact us today to learn more about the format, details, and availability of our group psychotherapy.


Take the first step towards developing confidence, building meaningful connections, and experiencing the joy of emotional expression in a supportive community.

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