Group Therapy

Welcome to Spot to Talk and thank you for looking into our services. At Spot to Talk, we recognize that searching for help for can be an emotional and overwhelming experience. Our team will walk you through the therapist selection process, from the initial consultation to enrollment. Group therapy is a great way for you or your child to connect with a small group of individuals who are experiencing similar challenges. Participating in group therapy allows participants to not only connect with the therapist facilitating the group, but also with other participants who have had similar life experiences. Group therapy can be a wonderful way to feel connected to others while also learning from others’ experiences. Groups are offered based off the needs of our current clientele, if you are interested in a topic that is not listed below, please let us know!

If you or your child(ren) are in need of immediate support, please check out our resources page to connect with a 24-hour crisis support line.

Current & upcoming Groups

Postpartum mood & anxiety Support Group

Spot to Talk’s therapist, Megan Goudie, is offering a virtual Postpartum Mood and Anxiety Support Group (commonly referred to as postpartum depression) for female-identifying birth parents who have babies within one-year post-birth. The next 6-week virtual support group will be offered on Wednesdays at 6 pm starting September 22nd, 2021. The group is limited in capacity in order to provide quality support and navigate the virtual setting. Prior to registering, there is a brief 10-minute consultation phone call to ensure the appropriateness of support group. 

Please call Megan at 406-201-9324 or email for more information. 


Spot to Talk’s therapist, Lisa McKee, is pleased to offer S.P.O.T. : Support for Parents of Teens and Young Adults with Mental Health Challenges. This in-person meeting will occur on Wednesdays at 6:00 pm in Bigfork (near the intersection of Hwy 83 and Hwy 35) starting September 15th, 2021. Capacity will be limited in order to provide quality support. Prior to registering there is a brief 10-minute consultation phone call to ensure the appropriateness of the group. 

Please call Lisa at 406-201-1273 or email for more information.