Psychotherapy Interpersonal Process Groups are based on the work of Irvin Yalom. In the context of the interpersonal interactions in the group each member’s journey towards self-awareness and growth is nurtured.
Many concerns individuals raise in therapy arise from experiences within their family of origin and other early relationships. These concerns in adulthood may result in problematic interactions with partners, children, workmates and friends. Members are encouraged to be curious about how they relate to other members, explore how what emerges may reflect patterns in their interpersonal relationship style and experiment with relating differently so relational needs may be met in more satisfying ways.
Within a safe, accepting environment, the group explores
- How do I do relationships and what roles do I often perform?
- How do I nurture relational intimacy?
- How do I meet my emotional needs in relationships?
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Shawn Stevenson – Ph. 0418 674 122
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