Group work / Group Therapy
Participating in a group can be very effective in enhancing and sustainably supporting change and growth. If you are already doing therapy, counseling, or coaching individually, participating in a group or seminar can be a complementary tool to achieve better results.
Group therapy offers a therapeutic learning context where individuals with similar challenges come together to receive support, raise awareness of personal and interpersonal difficulties, explore these patterns, and learn more effective coping methods. The leader/facilitator of the group session is a trained counselor who guides the learning process, provides effective feedback, and helps participants foster trust and cooperation. This collaborative learning process allows participants to increase self-awareness and self-esteem, decrease feelings of isolation and provide a safe place to experiment with healthy behaviors. On a deeper level, it offers context to facilitate changes in a deeper identity level: you learn to build a different relationship to yourself and, by extension, to others. These changes help you achieve more sustainable results in your journey and make your life feel more connected, colorful, and meaningful.