Group Psychotherapy


Group Therapy is a unique way to learn from and support peers who are dealing with similar issues, normalize feelings, reduce isolation and practice new skills as you develop trusting and healthy relationships.  It is also a great option for those seeking to supplement their individual therapy or for those with financial constraints.  If there is a group that you would like to see started, please CLICK HERE.





 for Female Adult Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse

I personally designed this group to help women understand the effects of trauma, reduce feelings of shame and guilt, and empower group members in a safe and confidential environment.  LEARN MORE.


Dealing with Grief And Loss


At times, our grief is clear.  Feelings of sadness, loneliness, anger, or fear are present and difficult to deny. Other times, grief can be sneaky and hard to identify.  We find ourselves slow to laugh, thinking of other things, and struggling to focus or accomplish tasks. Though each person’s experience of loss is unique, there are patterns and experiences that connect us in grieving.

The holidays can be a particularly difficult time for those who are mourning a loved one.  This group offers a chance to seek support from others who are also journeying through a time of grief.  

This 4 session group is facilitated by Erynn Sosinski, LMSW at 26 Court Street, Suite 1303, Brooklyn, NY 11242. The cost is $50 per session and registration is required.

To register or for more information please contact 917.476.9381 or CLICK HERE TO MAKE A REQUEST.

Self-Compassion in Response to Self-Criticism


In six sessions group members will learn about self-compassion and its relation to anxiety, stress, and depression. We will explore current patterns of thinking and habitual responses to distress and use new strategies for coping with anxiety, depression, and negative emotions through self-compassion, mindfulness, and modified self-talk.

$70/per session, $420 for the 6 sessions total.

Located in our Brooklyn Heights office.
For more information or to register, email Ashley Giles, LCSW at, call 917.476.9381 or CLICK HERE.