Group Therapy

Interpersonal Practice Group

Interpersonal relationships form a central theme in psychological treatment. Group therapy presents a valuable opportunity to learn and practice the vital art and science of human relating and is an effective and stimulating form of psychological engagement. In some cases, it is more helpful than individual therapy especially when social support and interpersonal communication are important treatment goals. Most people who participate in group therapy experience significant benefits.

How can it help?

Group therapy provides an opportunity to:

Talk openly and honestly about feelings

Receive and offer support and feedback

Improve self-confidence, self-image and self-esteem

Increase insight into one’s own and other people’s thoughts, feelings and behaviours

Learn coping strategies and hone communication skills in a safe and confidential environment


Please direct all enquiries to Soren on 0490 795 635 or