Menninger currently offers outpatient group therapy for adolescents, young adults and adults. Groups meet at our Bellaire location.
In this group, adolescents ages 14-17 examine a variety of issues that affect their relationships with family, friends, and/or school achievement: family issues, impulsivity, procrastination, substance abuse/addictive behaviors, depression, shyness/social anxiety, self-esteem and self-worth.
It meets Wednesdays from 4 to 5:30 pm.
Facilitators are Mallory Mincberg, MEd, LPC, and Maliha Khan, LPC-I.
The young adults in this group examine their emotions, relationships and areas of potential change. It is open to clients who are struggling with issues such as depression or anxiety, overuse of substances like alcohol or drugs and problems with relationships.
The group, which meets Thursdays from 4 to 5:30 pm, is open to individuals ages 18 through 27.
Facilitators are Alton Bozeman, PsyD, and Maliha Khan, LPC-I.
In this group, participants examine their emotions, relationships, careers and other areas of potential change. It is open to individuals 25 years and older who are struggling with depression, anxiety, over-use of substances like alcohol or drugs, relationships and other issues related to adulthood.
This group meets Tuesdays from 4 to 5:30 pm and is facilitated by Barbi Topek, LCSW, and Mallory Mincberg, MEd, LPC.
If you're interested in joining a group, or just learning more, please email Paola Pedrido.