Group Analytic Psychotherapy
Therapist: Kaye Mullaney
7.00p.m. to 8.30p.m. Thursdays.
What is Group Analytic Psychotherapy?
By joining a therapy group you will have a safe and contained place to explore issues and patterns of relating to others that may be affecting your life.
Being a member of a group can be especially helpful, as it provides a climate of trust in which you can get and give feedback to others in a respectful and considered way.
How is Group Therapy Useful?
* Sharing your experience in a group can be affirming.
* By being part of a group, you will have the opportunity to reduce the isolation and loneliness which are part of modern life.
* Groups provide a safe place to explore identity.
* Groups help build positive social relationships.
* Groups help people become more resilient and reduce stress.
The Therapy Group
A group of up to eight people meet once a week in a confidential setting. Before joining the group, there will be a number of individual sessions with the psychotherapist.
The group, of up to eight people, meets once a week at the times above in a confidential setting.
Before joining the group, there will be a number of individual sessions with the psychotherapist.
Confidentiality is a core value of the group. Members are asked not to communicate or meet socially outside the group The group therapist ensures that people who wish to join the group are not known are not known to the other group members.