Group therapy is a form of therapy that involves one or two therapists, and a group of participants who share similar mental health concerns. Group therapy typically focuses on specific issues, for example, depression, anxiety, loss and grief, weight issues, anger management, domestic violence, and more.
Group therapy is especially helpful for people who cannot afford the fees of individual therapy, or when there is a long wait time to see a therapist.
Some groups are known as psycho-educational groups, where participants learn specific coping skills and strategies to manage symptoms. For example, a mindfulness self-compassion group helps participants to learn how to be kinder to themselves, and strategies and tips to enjoy life and healthier relationships.
When safe to do so, we will recommence in-person group sessions. In the meantime, we will conduct our group sessions via Zoom HealthCare.
June 24 – July 29, 2021
Learn to be kind to yourself, live a satisfying life, and enjoy better and healthier relationships.
Facilitated by Jennifer Satish and Esther Tangsoc, supervised by Bart Begalka, RCC.