In many learning tasks with structural properties, structured sparse modeling usually leads to better interpretability and higher generalization performance. While great efforts have focused on the convex regularization, recent studies show that nonconvex regularizers can outperform their convex counterparts in many situations. However, the resulting nonconvex optimization problems are still challenging, especially for the structured sparsity-inducing regularizers. In this paper, we propose a splitting method for solving nonconvex structured sparsity optimization problems. The proposed method alternates between a gradient step and an easily solvable proximal step, and thus enjoys low per-iteration computational complexity. We prove that the whole sequence generated by the proposed method converges to a critical point with at least sublinear convergence rate, relying on the Kurdyka-Łojasiewicz inequality. Experiments on both simulated and real-world data sets demonstrate the efficiency and efficacy of the proposed method.