Group Therapy

Available to all AMC students, residents, and fellows.

For those who are interested in or prefer a group setting, we offer groups for AMC enrolled students and GME/DH residents and fellows.  See below for additional information about each group. 


DBT Skills Group 

A 10-week psychoeducation group series for improving quality of life.   This group is offered during the fall and spring semester. 


Skills covered include those related to:  

  • Mindfulness 
  • Distress Tolerance 
  • Emotion Regulation 
  • Interpersonal Effectiveness  


Led by Danielle Sukenik, LMFT 

Groups are held on Thursdays 12-1pm, in person 

Email Danielle at Danielle.sukenik@cuanschutz.edu to set-up phone assessment to register


ADHD Skills Based Group

This group provides students and residents with strategies to minimize the impact of attention problems while they pursue their academic and career goals.

Groups are held Mondays 12-1pm, via zoom.

Led by Rob Rosenthal, PsyD

E-mail Dr. Rosenthal at robert.rosenthal@cuanschutz.edu to schedule a screening for this group.


Therapy focused book club - The Narcissistic Family by Pressman & Pressman

The group will focus on families where the parental system was primarily involved in getting its own needs met (regardless of the reasons - job stress, alcoholism, drug abuse, mental illness, physical disability, lack of parenting skills, or personality disorders). The children in such narcissistic family systems try to earn love, attention and approval by satisfying their parents' needs, and tend to fail to recognize their own needs or create strategies for getting them met.  Through reading and discussing the book we will focus on allowing the members to learn how to identify the impact of growing up in a family culture of narcissism and explore ways to recover from such an upbringing.   

Led by Dr. Noa Heiman

Tuesdays 5:00-6:00pm, in person 

Email Dr. Heiman at noa.heiman@cuanschutz.edu to register


Support Group for International Students or Children of Immigrants

This group is intended for international students or children of immigrants who find themselves in a clash of cultures. The group will offer a safe space to discuss themes of belonging, societal and familial expectations, and cultural conflicts. The group will provide support around understanding and bridging cultural disparities. The intent is for the group to provide a sense of camaraderie through shared and unique experiences of other group members.

Led by Dr. Noa Heiman

Tuesdays 5:15pm-6:15pm by zoom

Email Dr. Heiman at noa.heiman@cuanschutz.edu to register

Psychiatry (SOM)

CU Anschutz

Anschutz Health Sciences Building

1890 N Revere Ct

Suite 4003

Mail Stop F546

Aurora, CO 80045


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