Group Therapy

I have been running groups for over 30 years and am recognized as a Certified Group Psychotherapist by the American Group Psychotherapy Association.

My approach to group therapy is based on the interpersonal theory of Dr. Irvin Yalom. The group provides a unique opportunity to work on interpersonal skills and intimacy, experiment with new behaviour, experience challenges, and share successes in a safe environment. Group members transfer the skills they learn in the group to their outside relationships.

The group helps you:

  • learn about yourself and your impact on others
  • learn new interpersonal skills and receive feedback
  • observe and practice assertiveness
  • identify and express emotions

In addition to working on interpersonal skills and intimacy, the group can help people struggling with:

  • anxiety and depression
  • family and work issues
  • self-esteem and assertiveness

Groups are 90 minutes long and are held weekly. These are open-ended groups and new members are added when there are openings. The size of the groups are limited to 8 members.

Before joining a group, an initial screening interview is conducted to see if the group is right for you. There is no charge for this interview.

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Women’s Self-Esteem Group” description=”A professionally run therapy group for women who want to understand and improve the way they think and feel about themselves. Using the group process, interpersonal relationships within the group will be utilized as a means for understanding and resolving personal self-esteem issues. The group offers an emotional experience where members feel heard and understood. The group can be a safe place to start to develop intimate relationships, which help to facilitate changes in self-defeating behaviours and improve on interpersonal styles.

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