Women’s therapeutic support group with Phine Dahle
This women’s therapeutic support group provides a unique opportunity to explore our relationships, both with ourselves and others; how we perceive ourselves and others perceive us.
Through sharing experiences in a confidential, trusting, caring, supportive, and at times, challenging environment, you will gain insight and encouragement to cope more effectively and positively in daily life.
We as women have a lot to teach each other about daily life, and led by Phine, an experienced facilitator of women’s groups, we share our experiences, values, beliefs and judgements, and humour, in the safety of the group. We will explore creative ways of taking better care of ourselves and how to change those patterns of behaviour that don’t work for us anymore.
Some frequently recurring themes are: confidence, sex and sexuality, body image, family relationships, fear, anger, asking for what we want, money, critical voices and difficult relationships with food.
The group meets Wednesdays fortnightly from 6.00-8.00pm, and one full day from 10.00am–3.00pm per term where we bring food to share. The group is ongoing, commitment is termly, and there is a maximum of six members.
Wednesdays – 6.00-8.00pm
1st May, 22nd May, 5th June, 19th June, 3rd July, 17th July
Sunday 5th May - all day.
£30.00 per meeting other than Sunday which counts as two, therefore, eight meetings @ £30.00 = £240.00.
The full amount to be paid in advance or on our first meeting.
If you wish to join the group, please contact Phine to arrange an informal meeting before any commitment. After this, a non-refundable deposit of £60.00 will secure your place.
For more information and to book your place please contact: Phine Dahle at Southampton C.P.P. 88 Gordon Avenue, Portswood, Southampton SO14 6WD. Tel: (023) 8032 0097
Member of The Spectrum Associated Centres Network
About Josephine Dahle
Phine Dahle is a psychotherapist and experienced facilitator of women's groups for over 30 years. She works somatically, ie with how mind and body communicate with each other, and is very interested in how we support ourselves in daily life.