Interactive Relational Psychotherapy Group
Group psychotherapy has many benefits. It can help you to realize you are not alone. It allows you to give and receive support. It can help you to find your own “voice” and can help you to relate to yourself and others in healthier ways. The Interactive Relational Psychotherapy Group is an opportunity to be in a group with fellow artists to address and modify difficulties in regulating emotions, self-esteem, relationships, and self-care.
The next series will take place Tuesdays, 1:30 – 3:30, February 27 – May 15
Cost: $300.00 for the 12-week program (only $25/session)
Subsidized Cost: $75 (the other $225 can be covered by the Joysanne Sidimus Fund)
Cancellation: Requests for registration reimbursement are not accepted after the first session.
To learn more and/or to book a free consultation with Susan Lucas, please contact AHC coordinator Matt Eldridge at 416-603-5263.
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