NEW GROUP THERAPY FOR EXPATS IN MILANO STARTING FROM FEBRUARY 2023 --THE GROUP MEETS IN PRESENCE
In my experience as a leader and a group participant, I can attest that group work is surprisingly easy and incredibly hard experience to get into: this manifest itself from the moment one thinks about joining a group! In my therapy group adult expats—men and women— meet once a week for 80 minutes. The group is structured as a “process group” not necessarily for support—although support can occur—and also not centered around a specific theme —although being for expats can orient the direction of conversations. The group is focused on relating to one another "here and now" of the group experience. It can feel awkward or different to interact this way, but it is with new experiences that we can make lasting changes to our old scripts and past stories.
Who would benefit most from a process group?
People who struggle with social anxiety, attachment issues, feeling identification and expression, relationship dissatisfaction, challenges with general connection and authenticity and those who feel an overall sense of emptiness as if going through the motions with little or no joy. Please contact me to learn more about the process of joining.
Group meets weekly for 80 minutes a session. In getting started, I ask group members for a 2-month commitment to decide if group is a good fit for them.
I offer Psychotherapy/Counseling services to individuals, couples, families, and groups either in-person or online.
For individuals and couples having financial concerns, please inquire about my sliding-scale fee.
My services are available to individuals 13+.
20-minute initial consultation – no fee
I believe that couple's therapy is an essential tool for mantaing and promoting an healthy connection in our intimate relationships. In 2012 I started my training in PACT.
Developed by Dr. Stan Tatkin, PACT is a fusion of attachment theory, developmental neuroscience, and arousal regulation.
I completed training in EMDR in 2013 and have been using this approach since with individual that have experienced trauma in their life.