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Group Therapy & Support Groups

"If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together."
- African Proverb

Our group therapy is a warm space where people healing from trauma feel safe, respected, and understood. This type of environment is important for participants who have experienced traumatic events, as it allows them to feel secure and supported while they process their experiences and learn new coping strategies.


An experienced therapist leads the group through a series of structured activities and discussions designed to help individuals process their traumatic experiences, develop coping skills, and improve their overall emotional regulation.

Some of the benefits of group therapy for trauma include:
Growth and healing:

Group therapy in a warm and safe environment can be an important part of the healing process, as it allows individuals to process their traumatic experiences and to develop new coping strategies.


 A sense of community and support:

Group therapy allows participants to connect with others who have had similar experiences and understand what they are going through.


Emotional support:

Group therapy provides a supportive and non-judgmental space where individuals can share their thoughts and feelings, and receive emotional support from others.


Opportunities to learn from others:

Group therapy allows individuals to learn from others who have had similar experiences and to gain insight into their own thoughts, feelings and behaviours.


 Increased self-awareness:

Group therapy can help participants to identify patterns of thoughts, feelings, and behaviours, and to gain insight into themselves.


If you are interested in our individual therapy, please get in touch with us for more information


Support Groups

Support groups are groups of people who have experienced similar traumatic events and have come together to provide mutual support and understanding to one another. 


Unlike group therapy, support groups are less structured and are typically led by a trained facilitator, who may or may not be a mental health professional, but who has experience working with trauma survivors.


The main purpose of a support group is to provide emotional support and understanding to people who have been affected by trauma. Support groups can serve as a space where participants can share their experiences and feelings related to the traumatic event, and receive emotional support and understanding from others who have had similar experiences. This can help individuals to feel less alone and more connected to others, which can be especially important for those who may feel isolated or alone as a result of their traumatic experiences.


Support groups also provide an opportunity for participants to learn from others about coping strategies and how to manage symptoms. This can be helpful for individuals who may be struggling to cope with the aftermath of a traumatic event.


Additionally, support groups can also serve as a platform for participants to gain self-awareness and identify patterns of thoughts, feelings and behaviours. This can help them to gain insight into themselves and make positive changes in their life.

At the moment, our support groups take place online. 

If you are interested in our individual therapy, please get in touch with us for more information

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