Interpersonal Psychotherapy Group For Gay Men
Welcome To Our Gay Men's Group
As gay men, we can encounter loneliness and isolation, difficulty meeting other gay men for romantic partners or friends, substance abuse, familial challenges, difficulty navigating relationships, and impediments to finding joy, meaning, and purpose in our lives.
Additionally, within our own community, we tend to reject those who do not fit neatly into gay societal norms. All too often, we feel left out, judged, and miss out on a sense of belongingness. Our group meetings frequently explore these issues within the gay community.
Goals for the group include:
- Increase self-awareness and feelings of connection within your interpersonal relationships.
- Improve feelings of belongingness and relatedness to other gay men.
- Exploration of relationship experiences, coming out, discrimination, and your role in society as a gay man.
When: Wednesdays from 8:15am-9:30am
Where: In Dupont Circle at 2000 P St NW, Suite 408, Washington, DC 20036.
Group Leaders: David A. Heilman, Psy.D.
Dr. Heilman's Research on Group Psychotherapy with Gay Men
To read Dr. Heilman’s recent article in the International Journal of Group Psychotherapy on the benefits of group therapy for gay men, please click here.