Group therapy helps people expand their ability to be connected to themselves and others.
Through group participation, members become more comfortable expressing the full range of emotions, learn how they impact others, get clarity about what they want and need, and what blocks access to vitality and relational health.
People feel less alone as they realize others relate to the thoughts and feelings they usually keep silent or manage in unhealthy ways.
Attachment and relationship patterns become less rigid. Old wounds emerge for healing.
WHO IS A GOOD FIT FOR GROUP?
Good group clients are curious about themselves and others, motivated to grow, able to tolerate sharing time (and taking up time), and committed to showing up each week. It’s a great adjunct to individual therapy, or can be a stand alone therapy if someone has done some individual work and is ready for the dynamic nature of group.