I still remember the excitement I felt the first time when I participated in group therapy. How could something focused on others also help me so much? This is a common experience for participants in group therapy.
By sitting and processing with others, we are seen, validated, and connected. Both forms of therapy have their place, yet the most impactful attribute of therapy remains the strength of the therapeutic relationship, and in group therapy, there are so many relationships at play!
Sarah Claus Therapy is continuously look at what client and community needs might be met best in a group. If you have interest in a group that you do not see listed, please don’t hesitate to contact me, as there may be one being developed, or there might be one I could recommend elsewhere in the Denver area.
This group is for women interested in exploring self-compassion. This group will run for 6 weeks. The group will include experiential activities for group members to connect and root themselves in self-compassion, strength, and community.
This group will reference many writers, including the evidence-based writings of Kristin Neff, Ph.D. To learn more about Kristin Neff’s works, read her book, Self-Compassion: The Proven Power of Being Kind to Yourself, or visit her website at self-compassion.org.