Group Therapy

By: Christine Brett Vickers Counselling and Psychotherapy  26-Jun-2013
Keywords: Relationship Counselling, Counselling Service, Marriage Counselling

There is much to be gained through working in a secure and stable environment such as a group. Work with others who may have similar issues to yours can be beneficial to yourself and to others as each member can help one another as well as be helped. It is a neutral and confidential space enabling learning about yourself in relation to others.

Keywords: Counselling Service, Group Therapy, Marriage Counselling, Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, Relationship Counselling

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