Group therapy (Hove): Confidence and improved relationships

07541 237 578 07541 237 578
16th April - 16th July 2024, 6.30pm - 8.00pm
Open to all
£30 a session
New Road Psychotherapy, 8 The Drive, Hove, East Sussex, BN3 3JT

Looking to build confidence and improve relationships? Join us! From Tuesday 16 April 2024, we are holding weekly group therapy sessions, held every week (1830-2000) in Hove, for just £30 per session.

Why group therapy?

  • Personal development: Group therapy can help us increase self-esteem and confidence, reduce social anxiety/ anxiety/ depression/low mood and aid us in forming more rewarding relationships.
  • Motivation: Working in a group can boost motivation.
  • Emotional support: A group offers an in-built support network.
  • Diverse perspectives: You benefit from a variety of viewpoints and feedback.
  • Cost-effective: Group therapy is often more affordable than individual therapy.

What is group therapy?

  • Group therapy with Alison involves a group of 5 to 8 people.
  • Group therapy happens weekly for 90 minutes for approximately 40 weeks a year.
  • Group therapy can be a medium-term, long-term or open-ended commitment.
  • Group Therapy research shows that Group Therapy is as effective as Individual Therapy

How does group therapy work?

All of us who seek group therapy potentially have at least one thing in common – a desire to have more satisfying and fulfilling relationships with ourselves and with those around us. As we come to understand ourselves and our relationships with other group members, this benefits us and our relationships outside of the group and long after sessions finish.

What next?

To learn more about group therapy or to enquire about sessions, please contact me for a no-obligation initial call. Here we can explore what group therapy can offer you and whether you and I feel this is the right time in your life to come along and join us.

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Hosted by Alison Sutcliffe

I am a BACP Accredited Psychotherapist and I have been offering clients a safe therapeutic space since 2009. I am passionate about the power of groups. Having completed training in groupwork in 2011, I have worked with groups of young people, therapy students as well as groups of adults within the NHS. I also belong to my own therapeutic group.

Hosted by Alison Sutcliffe