Group Psychotherapy Options at the Rachel Upjohn Building and Associated Locations

IMPORTANT: Effective March 16th, 2020. In response to the COVID-19 outbreak Ambulatory Psychiatry is cancelling nearly all groups until at least April 30th. Some groups may run on a virtual basis if technology and resources allow. Groups not affected at this time are UMATS IOP, Adolescent Recovery, and the Thursday evening Early Recovery Group. We will also continue to run our two Medication Management Groups, Meds Plus and Bipolar. Please check back here for updates. If you have any questions, please contact your individual provider or our main number at 734-764-0231.

Groups currently running on a virtual basis:

Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy

CBT Advanced Skills for Depression

UMATS CBT for Addiction

Health Professional Therapy Groups

Family and Friends Therapy Group for People Affected by a Loves One’s Addiction

 Psychotherapy groups are just what they sound like: psychotherapy in a group format. Usually these groups have somewhere between 4 and 12 people and are facilitated by a therapist trained in group psychotherapy. Psychotherapy groups take many forms. Some are focused on the learning of specific skills. Others are focused on getting support from others. Most have some combination of these elements. Here at Michigan Medicine we have over 40 groups treating a variety of problem areas. Below is a list of these groups with information that may help you decide if the group is a good fit for you.


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Commonly Asked Questions about Groups



Here's a reminder about what group options we offer...
Here are some things to consider to help you get the most out of your treatment.