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Radical Aliveness Group

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Radical Aliveness Group 2017-12-01T12:53:26+00:00

This is not talk therapy, this is an advanced form of psychotherapy engaging Mind, Unconscious and Body In an atmosphere of love, compassion, non-judgment, acceptance and awareness, we explore the interrelational dynamic in the here and now. Our therapeutic intervention is based on the latest research in attachment theory, neuroscience, Interpersonal Neurobiology, psychodynamic psychotherapy and Somatic experiencing.

Sexual trauma and relational trauma can have a devastating and long lasting impact on our lives, relationships and bodies. Group Psychotherapy is a very safe and powerful way to give a voice to this often hidden trauma and make space for healing, bring an end to shame, allowing the possibility for a loving nurturing relationship with self and others.

There will be a maximum of 10 group participants who must committ to regular attendance of group to establish and maintain healthy boundaries within group. The group is a unique blend of Somatic Psychotherapy, Attachment Theory, Neuroscience, Interpersonal neurobiology and Group Psychodynamic analysis. the purpose will be to explore, acknowledge and work through destructive relational patterns, Sexual Trauma( covert/overt sexual abuse/rape) , intimacy fears and the impact of attachment trauma and sexual trauma in your body, in your Life, in all your relationships and your sexuality.

The fee is 180 Euro per month in advance for a life changing opportunity to work through difficult traumatic events that have been holding you back in Life, Love and Relationships. Group Facilitated by accredited Psychotherapist with over 20 years of group experience. To Join this group you must have an initial consultation with one of our Psychotherapists, you can Fill out a contact Form Here

“I went to the woods because I wanted to live deliberately. I wanted to live deep and suck out all the marrow of life, To put to rout all that was not life; and not, when I had come to die, discover that I had not lived, Carpe Diem!” by Henry David Thoreau