A necessary element in developing robust practices of resilience and self-compassion is the capacity to see ourselves and our challenges as part of the whole human spectrum of experience. Group therapy is a wonderful way to remind ourselves that we needn’t shy away or isolate ourselves in times of difficulty, but work to remain engaged by seeking out the support of others. When we share our struggles, we learn that we are not alone and that we can both look to others for wisdom and provide it to those who can benefit from our knowledge.
Therapy groups are kept small and are experiential in nature. They are occasionally offered around a specific topic such as managing anxiety, addressing caregiver burn out, or enhancing social skills, but can also be generally supportive in nature.
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