Group Psychotherapy

Group psychotherapy uses group dynamic phenomena such as transference and counter-transference for therapy by treating several patients in a group.

It is a challenge for the participants to open up in the group and to put their issues at the disposal of the group. The reward of the work is regularly the therapeutic and developmental progress through the adoption of additionally enriching perspectives.

Me, you, us?

Result of interpersonal exchange processes

Thus, mental disorders of the individual can only be understood in the context of his or her social development and environment. Thus healing processes can only unfold if these social conditions are integrated. This can be done most effectively in a psychotherapeutic group.

(see H.H. Foulkes).

We are social beings...

... and yet unique!

Hardenings are broken open...

... and a new garden of possibilities grows.

Group Psychotherapies

Group Analytical Self-Experience 

Slow-open group in English


Tuesdays 18.15

Gruppenpsychotherapie: Junge Erwachsene

Angebot für Menschen ab 18j in Deutsch

Mittwochs 18.00