We offer group facilitation and group counseling in addition to individual services. Group can be intimidating for some people, but the power of group can often be much greater than individual sessions. Many people benefit from having both a group session and then an individual session to be able to process the group one on one and learn strategies to get the most out of groups. Group rates also tend to be lower than individual rates so in addition to being more powerful, groups are also move valuable.
Come join with other men to explore your life and deepen your relationships. This group is for all adult men to gain additional support and feedback through interpersonal process and experiential exercises. Men are able to bring challenges, fears, doubts, questions, and learn by supporting others while being challenged and supported themselves. All topics and goals are welcome. Common themes are anger, depression, anxiety, personal identity, relationships, assertiveness, sex/sexuality/sexual orientation, disconnect from emotions, work problems, fatherhood, confidence/self-esteem, accountability, honesty, spirituality, and finding purpose and meaning in life. This group meets Tuesday evenings from 5-6:30. For more information, call Chuck today to see how this group can help you. 970-556-4095 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is a Process Group?
Groups are a powerful tool for growth and change. The power of process groups lies in the unique opportunity to receive multiple perspectives, support, encouragement and feedback from other individuals in safe and confidential environment. In addition, we utilize contemplative practices to help you gain more self awareness. These interactions can provide group members an opportunity to deepen their level of self-awareness and to learn how they relate to others.
Process groups are typically unstructured. There isn’t a specific topic for each group session, but some of the groups may be focused on a particular theme or the group may be target to specific group of individuals. Members are welcome to bring any issues to the group that they feel are important, and the primary focus of therapy in the group is not on the story, but on the interactions among group members in the present moment. Groups meet once per week for 1 1/2 hours.
Who can benefit from a Process Group?
As mentioned above, group therapy is a powerful tool for growth and change. As such, virtually everybody looking to change something about themselves or how they relate to others can benefit from the unique environment created in a process group. Process groups are especially beneficial for people who struggle with relationships with friends, family, co-workers, lovers, depression, anxiety, grief/loss, anger, or self-esteem.