Group Analytic Psychotherapy

Marcus Page Psychotherapy

Why is it important?

An analytic group provides the opportunity of learning how to belong and how to be oneself more effectively in the presence of others. We may often experience ourselves as an outsider - in our families, in our social groups and in our workplaces. We might envy others who seem freer to express themselves and whose differences are viewed positively and appear to be more comfortable with themselves.

The confidentiality and special conditions of an analytic group, comprised of up to eight members, facilitate deep personal communicating, develops insight to our mind and the minds of others and also ‘outsight’ as to how we are perceived and experienced by others.