Goup Therapy Sessions
In a series of five two-hourly sessions, you’ll be invited to help demystify some cultural myths about family and relationships, as well as also unveil those from your own personal history. Not because we want to dwell on the past, but because the awareness of emotional ‘blind spots’ is such a crucial stage of any form of growth and change.
Paulina’s work is based on the ‘client-centered’ therapy of American psychologist Carl Rogers. She trained with him and his daughter Natalie during an internship in Italy. The Rogers’ respectful way of listening to the client, guiding them towards finding their own solutions, was the main reason that she decided to go into private practice.
There are never more than eight to ten participants in a group therapy session. It is important for the dynamics of the group that one is willing to commit to all five evenings.
For more information, new starting dates etc. just get in touch by phone or e-mail.
Defining a functional family. Structured exercises and playful re-enactments are used to develop ways to deal with raising children who push your buttons. These are not therapy groups, but rather structured meetings geared towards finding practical solutions for challenging situations which could undermine safety and closeness. Not just for the children, but for everyone who counts, including (ex-)partners and grandparents.
A series of five two-hourly group sessions, fortnightly on Wednesdays between 7 and 9 pm. There are never more than eight to ten participants. It is important for the dynamics of the group that one is willing to commit to all five evenings.
Feel free to call for more information, dates etc.