Clarity 2018 © Version 1.21 Last Updated 28 October 2018
Group counselling is a form of therapy where people with similar experiences/issues come together with a professional therapist.
The therapist runs the session, but generally everyone contributes in some way, listening to others and talking themselves. It’s usually focused on a particular issue, like:
One of the main principals behind group counselling is that meeting other people who are dealing with something similar issues and hearing their story lets people know that they’re not alone. Things like depression or bereavement can be really isolating and make you feel like you’re facing the world alone. Group counselling can be a good way of getting over those feelings of isolation, and realising there are other people in the same boat.
It can also be easier to talk to people who share the same issue. They can understand how you feel a bit more than family members or friends who haven’t had firsthand experience of the problem you’re dealing with.
Clarity offers 1-
Counselling is a type of talking therapy which allows a person to talk about their feelings with a counsellor in a confidential and dependable environment.
Our counsellors are here to support you if you are:
Our volunteer counsellors are fully qualified or in their last year of training. They receive regular support from qualified supervisors and through peer group support.
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