For many issues that bring people to counseling, group therapy is a more powerful path for change than individual therapy. The Interpersonal Effectiveness Group offers opportunities to:
- find out that you are not alone in your struggles;
- learn from the wisdom and experience of several others, not only the therapist;
- experience both giving and receiving acceptance, support, and genuine connection;
- interact with others in healthy ways; and,
- develop rich insights regarding your own patterns and styles which are valuable in creating the changes you desire.
The Interpersonal Effectiveness Group is composed of:
- 5–8 group members
- Two therapists co-facilitating
Students are asked to commit to attending the group through the end of the semester when they join, and can continue participation as long as it continues to be beneficial.
Ask your therapist whether the Interpersonal Effectiveness Group is a good match for you or call 715-425-3884 to set up a group orientation meeting with the group leaders.