Group therapy

Group psychotherapy is psychotherapy delivered in a group of 6 to 12 people. Group psychotherapy can potentially be more effective than individual therapy because:

  • allows participants to express themselves in front of others without feeling judged
  • may help develop people’s altruism and compassion
  • may increases feelings of hope by seeing others progress
  • the group facilitates the sharing of experiences and knowledge
  • stimulates awareness and understanding by observing how the past has an impact on the present moment
  • encourages social interactions
  • participants can practice healthy behaviours, responses and attachments
  • the group cohesiveness can increase a sense of safety and trust
  • participants are encouraged to own their own feelings, experience the support from other members, learn from other’s responses, and enrich their awareness on how they interact

I offer a psychotherapy group on anxiety, called “AmicAnsia”, and one on women body changes, called “Bella mia”, which will start in September. Please, contact me if you would like further information.

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