People need people.
Group therapy is a powerful opportunity to be in relationship with others in an intentional and therapeutic way. It is a relational workshop – a place to practice expressing and tolerating emotion states (the ones that are easy for you, and the ones that are hard), connect with others, try new skills, allow yourself to be seen and known, feel less alone and heal attachment wounds.
It is my treatment of choice for working on things like people pleasing, shame, conflict, depression related to loneliness and self-criticism, expanding capacity to tolerate vulnerability, exploring intimacy and connection, anger (too much or too little). It’s also the place to work on stuff that can make us feel more alive in our lives – expressing our authentic thoughts and feelings, connection, laughter, play, sharing meaningful moments together.
I am such a fan of group therapy that I’ve spent thousands of hours leading groups, being a member of groups, and learning about groups. I have earned the Certified Group Psychotherapist designation which means I’m considered a specialist in group therapy.
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