Next cycle is for gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men, and begins March 14, 2016. Free and confidential. $50 gift card provided for participants who complete the program. For info. contact Jill Nuding at 617.450.1084 or Kamar Porter at 617.450.1011.
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A 5-session, small group for people living with HIV/AIDS, providing support around the stress of disclosure to family, friends and sexual partners.
including how racism and homophobia can impact your life and risk behaviors. For information about the next group contact Branden at [email protected]. Free and confidential.
For Black men who have sex with men, providing space to talk about cultural, social, religious and sexual relationship dynamics
Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month
5-9pm at 75 Amory St (AAC)
For more information call Athena Vaughn (857-313-6513)
Free and confidential.
Peer support for transgender and gender non-conforming individuals.
Support Group for gay and bisexual men. For more information contact David Todisco, LICSW (617-927-6275) or Chris Medeiros, LMHC (617-927-6107)
Compulsive Sexual Behavior Support Group for gay and bisexual men.
for those who want to break the cycle of drug or alcohol abuse (various groups available).For more information call the Substance Abuse Services department (617-927-6202)
Substance Abuse Support Groups
Exploring Sexual Orientation Group. For more information contact Denise Nunez (617-927-6202).
Exploring Sexual Orientation Group.
Whether your relationship is long-term, dating, casual, open or monogamous, Fenway Health sponsors this safe supportive space to talk about topics ranging from changes in identity or intimacy to disclosure to how to be an ally to your partner. Free and confidential. First Wednesday of each month, 6:00-7:30 pm at Fenway Health, 1340 Boylston Street, 7th floor. For info contact Sarah Eley, LICSW at 857.313.6551.
A free monthly drop-in night for non-judgmental and uninhibited conversation, support, and resources.
Safe and supportive space for socialization and community connection, sponsored by Fenway Health. Facilitated by Cei Lambert, Transgender Health Patient Advocate, who identifies as a transgender man; and Sloane Glover, Transgender Health Navigator, who identifies as a transgender woman. First Tuesday night of each month, 6:00-7:30 pm. For info contact Cei Lambert at 857.313.6589 or [email protected]. Free and confidential.
For transgender individuals of all ages, gender identities, and gender expressions.
Hear from medical and behavioral health providers, and build support and community with other parents and guardians. Topics rotte monthly. Free and no registration required. Stop by any month, as many times as you’d like. The first Thursday of every month, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Sydney Borum Jr. Health Center, 75 Kneeland Street, 2nd floor. For info contact Rachel Kahn, LMHC, at [email protected] or 617.927.6372.
An open opportunity for parents and guardians of trans and genderqueer young people to ask questions and get information.
Fenway Health has a number of therapy groups of special interest to the LGBT community, including short-term, skill-based psychotherapy groups and longer-term psychotherapy groups. An intake screening with the group leader is required. Most insurance is accepted.
This skilled based therapy group is designed to empower through knowledge and skills, peer support, and improved motivation to make positive changes regarding sexual activity.
Monday evening group meets at 1340 Boylston Street. Contact David Todisco, LICSW at 617.927.6275 for more information.
Thursday evening group meets at Fenway: South End. Contact Chris Medeiros, LMHC at 617.927.6107 for more information.
For gay or bisexual men struggling with out of control sexual behaviors.
Appropriate for people who may clearly be coming out as lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer or attracted to people of all gender identities, may be uncertain and want to explore or better understand their sexual orientation, or
who are more certain about their sexual orientation but struggle with issues of acceptance/self-disclosure with regards to work, school, friends, family of origin and/or dating situations.Please contact Denise Nunez at 617.927.6202 for more information.
Short-term group for people of all gender identities for exploration and/or support of different expressions of sexuality.
For those who want to reduce and cope with symptoms of anxiety and depression. No experience with yoga required. Contact Janet Lantry, LICSW for more information at 617.927.6123.
8-week group incorporating psychotherapy skills and therapeutic yoga practice.
Fenway offers a variety of Substance Abuse Services, including the following groups:
Sobriety Skills and Support Group
Sobriety Support Group
Relapse Prevention Group
For more info contact Denise Nunez at 617-927-6202.
For those who want to break the cycle of drug or alcohol abuse.
Group uses CBT techniques to teach members tools for decreasing anxiety and taking control of worry. A commitment to daily mood and thought tracking and relaxation practice will be required as part of the group. For more information, please contact Sixto Munoz, LICSW at 617.927.6270.
8-week therapy group for anyone who struggles with anxiety, social phobia, or panic attacks.
This weekly group uses cognitive and behavioral techniques to teach tools for decreasing depressive symptoms, and fostering a sense of empowerment. A commitment to daily mood and thought tracking and an openness to behavior modification will be required as part of the group. For more information, please contact Laura Stevens, LICSW at 617.927.6274.
10-session therapy group for anyone who struggles with depression.
Open to those with any anxiety spectrum or depression diagnosis or who are dealing with anxiety/depression as a symptom of gender dysphoria. Contact Melissa Grieco-Waters, LICSW at 617.927.6404 for more information and to arrange a screening. Meets Tuesday evenings at 5:15 pm at Fenway: South End at 142 Berkeley Street.
Ongoing, open-ended psychodynamic group for people struggling with anxiety and/or depression.
Offering a supportive, safe and confidential environment to share experiences as Black men who have sex with men in the “gay community” and in their community of origin. Intended to help develop, integrate and consolidate racial, ethnic, cultural, religious, gender and sexual identities while increasing self-awareness, self-esteem and acceptance and decreasing isolation and internalized negative messages related to intersecting — and sometimes conflicting — identities. Contact Tfawa Haynes, LICSW at 617.927.6223 for more information and to arrange a screening. Meets Monday evenings.
An ongoing psychodynamic group for gay/bi identified Black Men.
A supportive environment for members to share and cope with life issues that are affected by living with a chronic mood disorder.
The Tuesday daytime group meets at 1340 Boylston Street.
Contact Aaron Price, LICSW at 617.927.6288 for more information.
The Tuesday evening group meets at 1340 Boylston Street.
Contact Don Farr, LICSW at 617.927.6219 for more information.
The Thursday daytime group meets at 1340 Boylston Street.
Contact Melissa Brown, LICSW at 617.927.6212 for more information.
Ongoing groups for gay and bisexual men who struggle with mood disorders such as major depression, anxiety and bipolar illness.
Addresses issues including relationships, social isolation, sexuality, developing meaningful pursuits at this phase of life, managing health & illness, and creating (or re-creating) a life with meaning. Meets Thursday daytime at the 1340 Boylston Street. Contact Don Farr, LICSW at 617.927.6219 for more information.
Ongoing group for gay/bi men to discuss challenges and rewards associated with aging.
Focuses on fostering honest feedback and development of intimacy between members with the goal of interpersonal growth. The Monday evening group meets at Fenway: South End and the Tuesday evening group meets at 1340 Boylston Street. Contact Jennifer McLain, MD at 617.927.6232 for more information.
Ongoing therapy groups for lesbian, bisexual, transgender and heterosexual women to explore relationships, emotions and communication styles.
Groups meet on Monday and Thursday evenings at both 1340 Boylston and Fenway: South End locations. For more information contact either: Ben Kudler, LICSW at 617.927.6321; Kathleen Driscoll, LICSW at 857.313.6620; or Jennifer McLain, MD at 617.927.6232.
Ongoing psychotherapy groups focusing on helping develop deeper and more intimate relationships.
You may be able to advance the science of preventing or treating HIV and other health issues by joining one of the research studies at Fenway Health. Eligibility requirements vary depending on the study, and financial incentives are often provided for your time and effort. For more information, visit fenwayhealth.org/the-fenway-institute/research/ studies or contact Fenway’s Research Department at 617-927-6450.