Group Psychotherapy

Group psychotherapy, a longer term therapy, aims to help people who would like to improve their ability to cope with life’s difficulties and problems but in a group situation.

Group therapy is not based on one single psychotherapeutic theory, but many and often revolves around talking, and may also include other approaches such as psychodrama, movement work, body psychotherapy or constellations work, aiming to support the solving of emotional difficulties and encourage the personal development of the participants in the group. The combination of past experiences and experiences outside the therapeutic group, with the interactions between group members and the therapist’s, becomes the material through which the therapy is conducted.

Note: We are not currently offering Family Therapy on the Dr Julian platform as we cannot cater for groups coming in from different video sources. However, some of our therapists are trained as family therapists, and if your issue is a family one, you might want to select one of these therapists for your individual therapy.