Life happens ‘in relationships’.
We interact with the environment that surrounds us, from air to people, and it is this interaction that leads us to be who we are.
Group therapy has proven to be a resource of enormous value in bereavement processes as well as in post therapeutic support in addictions, eating disorders and in addressing moments of personal growth linked to existential and/or identity issues.
Life happens ‘in relationships’. We interact with the environment that surrounds us, from air to people, and it is this interaction that leads us to be who we are. For this reason, group therapy can be the field of practice appropriate to address certain situations in our life or simply personal growth among equals. The group becomes a laboratory of experiences where we can adjust our way of being, do and relate to other people and ourselves.
Being aware of my ‘I’ means realizing how I live through my body sensations, feelings and thoughts. To realize how I translate ‘reality’ internally, what sensations I experience, what emotions I connect and what I tell myself about what is happening to me.
Secondly, awareness of the ‘YOU’ means “how I interact with…” and how I learn to interact with others. Learning to say yes, to say no, to open or close, to get closer or to withdraw and, especially, to set boundaries. ‘Contacting’ with an OTHER without losing or denying myself. Learning how to be with myself and with the other from the mutual respect.
Finally, becoming aware that we are part of a group allows us to recognize that there is a system or ‘field’, which has laws, codes and values. I can then realize how I place myself in it, how I manage my needs in the field in which I move, how I live the feelings of belonging and difference and what are my fears and my desires in relation to these feelings.
Therapeutic groups will be announced on our website and on our social media, along with information about the minimum and maximum number of participants for each session, the dates of the sessions, the topics and the number of initial sessions.
If this is the therapeutic setting you are interested in, you can also contact me for an online free introductory meeting.
A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step
I invite you to get to know me and decide if I could be a good companion on the road.
About me and how my practice offers mental health care to bring a sense of home to nationals and internationals.
Before we meet
Practical information before you start your therapeutic process so we can establish the boundaries of our relationship.
The bridge between the different forms of human suffering we face and the therapeutic support to alleviate it.
Once your need for support has been addressed, you can decide which setting seems most appropriate for you to begin your journey to feeling better.
Psychology within Reach
3544 DB Utrecht
Phone +31 30 636 8981
Mon. – Fri.– 9 am – 6:30 pm