Group therapy

We develop in and through relationships. Each new relationship experience presents another opportunity to move, sense and feel in deeper, more creative, and more fulfilling ways.

What is a Group work?

A therapeutic Group(s) offer an exquisite canvas for connections, insights and capacity building. Being part of a group is an important experience in witnessing and being witnessed, supporting our biological needs for social engagement and safety. The experience of interpersonal patterns in a group, ‘tenderlymirror our inner landscapes and propensities. **

Group work invites us to inhabit a ‘sheltered refuges’ to feel safe, be seen, acknowledged and nurtured. Over time, the group becomes a collective incubator for validating strengths, creative risk-taking and practising new ways of being. The most significant benefit of group process is alleviating isolation and social/cultural alienation. “I am NOT alone” or “this is a shared experience” becomes the significant voice of interconnection.

As the group solidifies, the inter-personal connection grows, the individual feels fostered.

Typically a closed group has 5-7 humans unhurriedly journeying together. As a group leader, I focus on creating a climate of ‘choice’, ‘play’ and ‘experimentation’. Each ‘being’ honours their preference to deep dive or float on the surface, affirming their curiosity and interest.


What you can expect from me as a group leader?

  • Traversing expressive art(s) therapy, Psychodrama, somatics and process work.
  • Relational safety and trust
  • Warm, attentive, spacious and playful creative processes.
  • Experiential, depth-oriented and integrated experience.

Training and experience as a group leader.

  • Rigorous and ongoing extensive training and supervision in group therapy including process work and Psychodrama.
  • 15+ years of experience in leading multiple in-depth multi-cultural layered group intervention(s). These have included unstructured intensives, semi-structured personal growth intervention(s) [eg. growth labs, self-awareness workshops, relating to self/other etc], leadership & diversity and post traumatic growth.

Next steps

  • Record your interest in the upcoming open group in 2023.
  • Book time to discuss potential groups for organization/school in 2022-23.
  • Constitute a group with like-minded peers, colleagues or friends on the theme of your choice.

Upcoming offering

  • In person customised creative play, psychodrama and movement-oriented group(s) seeking culturally safe space(s). [Age 10+]

Healing is an ongoing, organic process, not a single “big bang” moment.