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Couples Support Group

Helping Partners Understand about Living with Diabetes

This support/psychoeducational group is for men and women with diabetes and their partners. It will allow them to discuss and increase understanding about what it is like to live with diabetes as an individual, and as part of a couple. The program will provide suggestions and help them answer questions.

This group will be led by Marilyn Ritholz, Ph.D., Licensed Staff Psychologist.

Space is Limited. Only 10 couples per session. Please call to reserve a space.

Call (617) 732-2594 for more information.


This program has been subsidized through an educational grant from Roche Diagnostics.

Diabetes Support Groups

Diabetes Message Boards/Forum

Joslin has the only Message Boards on the web for people with diabetes that let you chat with the Joslin clinical staff, as well as people with diabetes and their families. 

Page last updated: November 26, 2014