Group Therapy

Frequently Asked Questions

What kinds are there?


Why go to a group therapy setting?

  • Anger Management
  • Relaxation and Wellness
  • Healing from Racial Trauma
  • Support for First Responders

Join a supportive community in group therapy where confidentiality, shared experiences, and focused goals foster personal growth and resilience.

Unlock affordable mental health support and self-awareness through group therapy, where shared experiences empower your healing journey alongside others with similar treatment goals, fostering courage and tangible coping skills.

What is group therapy?

If you are new to the idea

What is group therapy?

Group therapy is a form of intervention where support and personal growth
happens in a setting with 4-10 peers who are working on similar goals and are led by a mental health clinician. What happens in the group, stays in the group. This important emphasis on confidentiality is what helps to foster trust in the group and a willingness to open up.

Some groups are curriculum based and focus on specific skill development and education. Those typically have a set number of sessions. Other types of groups have no prescribed end date, an group members decompress while navigating the challenges of life in the moment. The sharing of feelings and reactions helps participants to gain insight on their journey towards resilience and gain support from others.

Why go to a Group Therapy Setting?

Participating in group therapy is typically more financially accessible than individual therapy. This valuable tool for addressing mental health concerns empowers your ability to find your solution while developing self-awareness with the support of others who are working towards similar treatment goals.

Those who have participated in group therapy with Dr. Warren-Phillips have reflected that being in a group showed them they are not alone in their struggles, gave them access to others who have been through what they’ve been through, and the others modeled what healing looks like, while giving them the courage to speak truth to their struggles. They gained a better understanding of how to cope and the skills they learned had a direct positive impact on their family life.

What kind are there?

Relate Psychological Services offers psychotherapy groups on:
anger management, healing from racial trauma, relaxation and wellness skills, and support for first responders.

The next Balanced Living group begins in early 2024. Enroll early—limited spots ensure individual attention, and discounted pricing is available for prepayment of the entire program.

Relaxation & Wellness Skills Program


Logistics and Benefits:

The Balanced Living: Relaxation & Wellness Skills Program is perfect for adults seeking serenity and stress relief. Led by psychologist Dr. Tennille Warren-Phillips, this psychotherapy group spans five sessions in a curated space. It combines aromatherapy, gentle candlelight, and tranquil sounds for a dedicated relaxation experience.

Explore various relaxation techniques, mindfulness practices, and stress-reduction exercises in a non-judgmental setting. Craft a personalized relaxation plan with expert guidance, maximizing support to unwind, recharge, and nurture a centered life.

Experience the Atmosphere:

Immerse yourself in the calming scents of lavender and eucalyptus. Embrace the soft glow of candles and let soothing nature sounds or tranquil music transport you to a place of tranquility.

Completion empowers you to integrate these techniques for a balanced, resilient lifestyle. Schedule your clinical screening today and make relaxation an essential part of your journey.

Program Offerings

Empowerment and Integration

This is an in-person group that meets in Pearland, TX.

Strength in service

Welcome to the Strength in Service therapy group, exclusively tailored for first responders and guided by Dr. Warren-Phillips, a seasoned law enforcement officer. This program is focused on cultivating the crucial skill of maintaining calm amidst the challenges of a high-stress lifestyle.

In this unique therapeutic opportunity, we prioritize the integration of resiliency skills into your daily routine to counteract burnout.
Our collaborative goal is not just to address but to proactively prevent burnout, ensuring you have the support and tools necessary for sustained strength and resilience in your pivotal role as a first responder. Gratitude, the pursuit of happiness, and self-care are essential components during the pursuit of this goal.

exclusive group therapy for first responders

relatable to those who make a sacrifice every day for their communities.


experience & qualifications

20+ Years as a Licensed Clinical Psychologist Texas License #37697

Suicide Risk Management Planning

Forensic Psychological Evaluation Consultation

Certified in 40 States

Relate Psychological Services provides services to individuals 18 years and older. 

Masters in Clinical Psychology From Pepperdine University with an Emphasis on Marriage and Family Therapy

Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Denver with an Emphasis in Forensic Assessment

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"Dr. Warren-Phillips is an exceptional therapist and distinguished leader in her field. Her remarkable personality, characterized by warmth and empathy, makes her an efficient, judicious, and supportive communicator. She establishes a secure and productive space for everyone, consistently going the extra mile to ensure their well-being.

I wholeheartedly endorse Dr. Warren-Phillips for anyone seeking transformative therapy."

Alicia A. Williams, PhD
Biotechnology Lead
Shell Global Solutions, Inc

"She is who I turn to, when I need someone to listen, and I keep going back because of how she listens, and because it works."

Dr. Geoff Grimm, Ph.D., ABPP

"Dr. Warren-Phillips is such a joy to learn from, her personality gleans into her professionalism and at every turn I felt that she supported me as an emerging leader in my field."

Former Mentee