Group therapy (Hove): Confidence and improved relationships
Looking to build confidence and improve relationships? Join us! From 9th January 2024, we are holding weekly group therapy sessions, held every Tuesday evening (6.30pm - 8.00pm) in Hove, for just £30 per session.
3 things you can gain from group therapy
- A decrease in social anxiety.
- A rise in confidence/self-esteem.
- An increased ability to form rewarding relationships.
You might also be interested in group therapy for some or all of the following:
- you want to be part of a space that includes radical empathy, honesty and growth
- you are pretty happy with how things are and you relish personal development ...
- and authentic connection…
- and productive feedback and challenge.
- Maybe you simply want authentic, regular connection with other people.
As humans, we are wired for connection and we need this in order to thrive – group therapy can be a place where we can connect and thrive with others who wish for similar.
In our group, it is possible to:
- Learn about ourselves with the support of others.
- Ask for feedback about how we are being received by others.
- Experiment with relating to others in different ways.
Following sessions, you will feel equipped to take this learning and apply it to yourself and your relationships, resulting in you feeling more connected to those around you and having more fulfilling relationships.
To join our group, please contact me for a no-obligation initial call where we can explore what our group can offer you and whether, together, you and I feel this is the right time in your life to come along and join us.
Sessions start on Tuesday 9th January 2024 with a break for the summer (Tuesday 16 July 2024). The group will continue after the break in September 2024.
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.