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.
A 5-session, small group for people living with HIV/AIDS, providing support around the stress of disclosure to family, friends and sexual partners.
For Black men who have sex with men, providing space to talk about cultural, social, religious and sexual relationship dynamics
Peer support for transgender and gender non-conforming individuals.
Compulsive Sexual Behavior Support Group for gay and bisexual men.
Substance Abuse Support Groups
Exploring Sexual Orientation Group.
A free monthly drop-in night for non-judgmental and uninhibited conversation, support, and resources.
For transgender individuals of all ages, gender identities, and gender expressions.
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.
For gay or bisexual men struggling with out of control sexual behaviors.
Short-term group for people of all gender identities for exploration and/or support of different expressions of sexuality.
8-week group incorporating psychotherapy skills and therapeutic yoga practice.
For those who want to break the cycle of drug or alcohol abuse.
8-week therapy group for anyone who struggles with anxiety, social phobia, or panic attacks.
10-session therapy group for anyone who struggles with depression.
Ongoing, open-ended psychodynamic group for people struggling with anxiety and/or depression.
An ongoing psychodynamic group for gay/bi identified Black Men.
Ongoing groups for gay and bisexual men who struggle with mood disorders such as major depression, anxiety and bipolar illness.
Ongoing group for gay/bi men to discuss challenges and rewards associated with aging.
Ongoing therapy groups for lesbian, bisexual, transgender and heterosexual women to explore relationships, emotions and communication styles.
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.