Often, I hear people feel tension within their chests or a visceral pull back within their bodies. And this makes sense. Group therapy can feel intimidating at best.
Sitting in a circle with people you don’t know and sharing vulnerably can feel overwhelming and frightening. However, I believe that group therapy is integral to the healing process. It takes a village to process our experiences and learn more about ourselves. A group is where individuals committed to their journey can come together in service of their healing and the collective movement forward.
Each group is cultivated intentionally to ensure that you are an excellent clinical fit for the group’s dynamic. Therefore, upon reaching out, I will schedule a screening and consultation with your therapist to assess your goodness of fit for the group you are interested in. If I assess that you are not a good fit for the current group, I will work to find another referral for you. I prioritize goodness of fit and would instead find the appropriate group for you over joining a group I run. For current clients, I will discuss and process the potential of joining a group as it becomes developmentally appropriate within your treatment and progress toward goals.
Women seeking more authentic and healthy relationships will benefit from exploring boundaries, emotional mindfulness, and making sense of their stories within the context of the community on their journey to connection.