Adults are faced with many challenging life experiences that disrupt their ability to achieve happiness and to maintain emotional well-being. Psychology suggests that relationship troubles are a major contributor to anxiety and depression. An interpersonal process group allows the participants an opportunity to explore the stressors in their lives and to devise strategies of change. More specifically, group members have the chance to discuss their difficulties with others, to deliver and receive advice, to learn how they are perceived by others, to uncover faulty relationship patterns and to overcome these. The members’ way of relating to one another becomes a focus which enables participants to understand how they come across to other people. The group may then function as an arena to practice new relationship strategies once unproductive behaviors have been identified.
Adults with a variety of adjustment issues are invited to attend. The facilitator will conduct individual screening interviews with each prospective participant at no charge. These interviews are intended to further instruct potential members about the process of the group, to address any concerns they might have, and to ensure that the group is a good fit for the participant. This group is open to adults only and designed to be ongoing. Call to check insurance benefits; self-pay pricing available upon request.
Weekly Meetings – 90-Minutes Per Meeting
LOCATION: MAPS Main Office (South Springfield)
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- Facilitator: AnnElise Parkhurst, Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist
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