“Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves.” – Carl Jung
Group therapy can be extremely powerful for many issues, and for some issues – such as questions about how one relates to others – it is the ideal mode of treatment. It can provide a safe place for group members to challenge themselves to relate to others differently, to experiment with different ideas, to seek support, and to find normalization for many of life’s issues.
Current Group Offerings:
Gay Men’s Psychotherapy Group – Wednesday evenings from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m.
This is an ongoing psychotherapy group for gay-identified men focusing on improving communication, increasing emotional intelligence and gaining insight about relational patterns. Members will learn about themselves through exploring their feelings towards themselves and other members, and by giving and receiving feedback. At times we may focus on past experiences and outside relationships, but give particular importance to identifying and verbalizing member’s authentic emotional reactions in the here-and-now. This group seeks to help members gain a greater capacity for intimacy and spontaneity in relationships.
Watch this space for future group offerings, or feel free to contact me to inquire about group via the form below.