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Therapy Groups

Therapy groups are a powerful and effective modality in counselling, offering individuals the opportunity to engage in a shared therapeutic experience within a supportive group setting. These groups bring together individuals who may be facing similar challenges or seeking personal growth and provide a platform for healing, self-exploration, and transformation. We are currently considering running therapy support groups to help our clients with anxiety, social isolation, neurodiversity, Men's and Dad's groups and depression.  Please contact us if you'd like to express interest.  Our groups are very affordable and can begin as low as $60/person/hour.


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  • Supportive and Empathetic Environment:

    Therapy groups provide a safe and empathetic environment where individuals can share their thoughts, feelings, and experiences without judgment. Group members offer support, validation, and understanding, creating a sense of belonging and connection. The group dynamic encourages empathy and compassion, fostering an atmosphere where individuals can explore their emotions and struggles in a supportive community.

  • Shared Experiences and Universality:

    Therapy groups often focus on specific themes or issues, such as grief, addiction recovery, trauma, anxiety, or relationship difficulties. Participants in these groups share similar experiences, which can create a powerful sense of universality. Knowing that they are not alone in their struggles, individuals can gain comfort and reassurance from hearing others' stories and perspectives. This shared connection fosters a sense of camaraderie and can be profoundly healing.

  • Group Process and Dynamics:

    The group process itself is a valuable aspect of therapy groups. Under the guidance of a skilled therapist, group members engage in open discussions, explore emotions, and reflect on their thoughts and behaviors. This process allows individuals to gain insights into their own patterns, receive feedback from others, and develop a deeper understanding of themselves. Through observing and participating in group dynamics, individuals can also learn about interpersonal relationships, communication styles, and develop healthier ways of relating to others.

  • Peer Support and Feedback:

    Therapy groups offer a unique opportunity for peer support and feedback. Group members can share their perspectives, insights, and coping strategies, providing valuable support to one another. The feedback received from peers can be enlightening and help individuals gain new perspectives on their challenges. The group setting allows for the development of interpersonal skills, such as active listening, empathy, and effective communication, all of which can be transferred to relationships outside the group.

  • Growth and Personal Development:

    Therapy groups provide an environment for personal growth and development. Through the therapeutic process, individuals can gain self-awareness, explore their emotions, and challenge unhelpful beliefs or behaviors. Group members can receive support and encouragement to take steps towards positive change, set goals, and implement new coping strategies. The group setting can foster personal empowerment and provide a platform for practicing new skills and behaviors within a safe and supportive context.

  • Long-Term Benefits and Continuity:

    Therapy groups often meet regularly over an extended period, allowing for continuity in the therapeutic process. This continuity provides individuals with ongoing support, allowing them to delve deeper into their personal growth journey. Group members can witness their own progress and transformation over time, as well as observe the growth of others in the group. The long-term nature of therapy groups allows for the development of lasting connections and a sense of community.

In conclusion, therapy groups in counselling offer a unique and beneficial approach to healing and personal transformation. By providing a supportive environment, shared experiences, and the opportunity for peer support and feedback, therapy groups foster connection, growth, and self-discovery. Through the group process, individuals can gain insights, develop new coping strategies, and experience profound healing. Therapy groups offer a powerful and transformative therapeutic modality that can create lasting change in the lives of participants.

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