Group-Work & Group Therapy
“I wanted to thank-you for your help in the past. Although, not obvious at first, with your guidance and good counselling, I did manage to improve my situation. I’m still working at it, but then I am a slow worker and the mountain to climb seems to never end! You are very kind, thoughtful and considerate person”
“Living with HIV and Hep C in a big city like London can be extremely lonely and isolating, and this group has helped me to meet others in a context of honesty and mutual support which seems genuine and positive”
Co-Exist Peer Support Group
Participants Feedback, London Friend
““It has been a pleasure and made us look at things in a different light. Eye opening, good discussion, interesting and amazing – thank-you””
Peer Support Group
Groups can offer a space to explore how you relate interpersonally, a place to safely explore aspects of your identity or culture, to challenge yourself, they can also look at a specific issue for example assertiveness, dealing with difficult emotions, living with depression or social anxiety. I have been offering group work for nearly twenty years and this has included conducting personal development and therapeutic groups in the voluntary and community sector.
A Personal Development Group or Therapy Group offers:
- A space where you can gain peer support and learn from each other.
- Learn how to accept oneself and others.
- An opportunity for you to grow in confidence, self-esteem and to feel less isolated.
- A space to deal with the highs and lows of life.
- A space where you can gain support and ideas from others for making changes in the future.
If you are an organisation enquiring about offering groups such as a personal development group for employees or a themed group depending what your employees are presenting with. I can tailor a group to meet your organisational needs and budget.