Groups and Workshops

Dr. Chloe offers groups and workshops online.  This means that you can get the benefits of a group from the comfort and privacy of your own home!  You are also welcome to join one of our groups as a supplement to individual therapy, even if you are in therapy at a different practice.  Please feel free to contact her for more information.  

Below are descriptions of the groups and workshops.

Thanks, and hope to see you soon!

[For the groups and workshops to begin, a minimum of five registrants is needed.  Please click on the link below to let Dr. Chloe know which groups/workshops interest you the most.]

Groups for Singles and Unmarried Relationships

A group for singles who eventually would like to be in a meaningful romantic relationship and/or marriage.  This group focuses on issues like dating confidence, deciding when to become exclusive, being open to different types of people, and having support throughout the process of navigating a path to lifelong partnership.  Many people in Dr. Chloe’s practice work on these issues individually, and find it helpful to share and listen to others who are on the same page.  This group is also helpful for people who have either recently ended, or would like to end, a relationship. Many people find themselves repeating the same breakup over and over because they can’t seem to let go, or they can’t quite seem to complete the breakup. This group offers support and perspective, as well as strategies and ideas to facilitate moving onward and upward! Click here to join this group.


Goal Attainment Group

This group is for clients with a direct focus on goal attainment.  Many people find that discussing goals and obstacles in a group format to be helpful.  Group participation facilitates goal attainment through the process of sharing your intention in a supportive atmosphere, and provides accountability as you update the group each week on your progress.  Members also discuss obstacles such as anxiety and procrastination, as well as ways to overcome these barriers.  The group offers a structured sense of community, which helps to keep goals from feeling overwhelming and provides the chance to celebrate each milestone towards your goal in a supportive atmosphere. Participation is limited to 10 registrants.  Click here to join this group.


CBT Anxiety Management Group

This is a structured group to teach CBT tools for coping with anxiety. Each session will teach a specific skill for coping with anxiety, and there will be homework related to the skills presented. Members will discuss the techniques and their experiences of the homework. This group also focuses on issues related to shyness and self-esteem. We will practice techniques within the group and give each other feedback, as well as try techniques outside of the group and then discuss the results when we meet. Many people with anxiety find that being able to share openly in a structured group environment helps them to make progress in terms of being open and comfortable with groups.   Click here to join this group.


The 20s group

The focus of the 20s group is to give young adults a supportive space to discuss common themes of individuals in their 20s. Popular topics include transitioning from school into a full time career or concerns about how quickly you are progressing in your career, finding that you have ‘outgrown’ some of your friends, feelings about getting close to 30, finding the right amount of independence from your family or ‘managing’ your parents and a lot more! Click here to join this group.

Special HALF DAY Yoga + Emotion Workshop Session

We’re pleased to announce that we will be hosting a half-day Yoga + Emotion workshop session

When: October
Date & Location: TBD

• Workshop taught by Dr. Chloe Carmichael, PhD. Dr. Chloe is a clinical psychologist and certified yoga teacher.

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4-Week Yoga + Emotion Class

In the Yoga & Emotion group, I’m combining my psychology and yoga expertise to teach you techniques that will help you stay focused and centered in any anxiety-provoking situation. Because we often have physical reactions to emotions (e.g., fear of rejection leads us to feel physical tightness in our chest, which keeps us from speaking up when we need to), learning to observe your thoughts and emotions is the first step to managing them and harnessing that energy to work for you.

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We’d like to hear from you!

Participate in this short survey about Group Therapy at Carmichael Psychology.