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Family or Group Counselling
 

Therapy

Talk to someone at Nuway Counselling today! Group counselling can help people learn from each other in regard to a specific topic. Group sessions offered at Nuway Counselling are tailored to meet your specific needs.

At Nuway Counselling, group counselling is available for topics such as marital issues, workplace relationships or even stress reduction. If you have any issues you would like to focus on let us know and we can develop sessions with that in mind.

In family counselling, we can work in groups of 3-5 people. Like couples counselling, we will use a family system perspective but we will also discuss the more varied roles that are present in a family.

 

Learning how you fit into a family and how to work effectively as part of a group can build and strengthen relationships. We can also help to look at some of the issues that parents face when bringing up children.

 

In group therapy the aim is for a group of people, with a common issue, to bring about change towards the same or similar goals.

 

The benefit of being in a group is that participants can learn from the varied experience of other participants in the group.

 

Guided by the counsellor who is there to highlight any similarities or helpful behaviours in the group that may benefit others, the group can build up a toolkit of behaviours to work towards their specified goal.

 

Groups give both support and encouragement but also accountability, something that can keep people focused on achieving their goals.

 

As with all of our counselling, we work with the same non-judgemental and confidential ethos in group counselling.

 

Below are some common group counselling topics:

  • Communication and conflict resolution

  • Pre-marital counselling group

  • CBT for stress management

  • CBT for anxiety

  • CBT for depression

  • CBT for depression relapse prevention

  • Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy

You may be concerned about :

Co-parenting

Parenting
A newborn home

Immigration settlement

Family and Life Transition

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