Group Therapy

One of the best aspects of group therapy is its ability to create a close-knit community dealing with similar struggles in a judgment-free environment. Finding support in others is a major factor in helping people overcome the negative effects of mental health issues. All group members are given the chance to develop trusting, healthy relationships with other people. For many group therapy participants, giving feedback to others can build their self-confidence and belief in their abilities in coping with their own symptoms.

The Group is facilitated by:

Coming FALL 2019: Teenage Group Ages 14-17

Are you dealing with individual and social anxiety? Are you struggling with peer pressure coping with school? Let’s talk about social relationships in a teenage world. This group will meet Wednesday evenings from 4:00 - 5:00 pm.

Our current Young Adult Group 18 - 30

is meeting

on Wednesdays from 7 - 8 pm

at 10 Bay St, Westport CT.

For Questions and to RSVP, contact Caroline at:


Dr. Al Levy, PhD, LCSW

Dr. Al Levy, PhD, LCSW

Caroline H. Schiff, LMSW

Caroline H. Schiff, LMSW

Caroline is a Private Practice Psychotherapist in Westport, CT. She earned her Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Connecticut and her undergraduate degree from Skidmore College. She appreciates and values the meaningful relationships built through therapeutic practice. Caroline helps young adults and adults develop a stronger sense of self and reduce anxiety and pain. Her clients experience relief, feel understood, and become empowered to heal and improve their lives. Caroline specializes with issues of self-esteem, anxiety, and depression with specific focus on eating disorders, chronic/autoimmune illness, life balance/transitions, and relationship/family issues. Caroline’s mission as a therapist is to help clients to feel safe and heard, to feel understood, and to help empower them to improve their lives.