Group Psychoanalysis is used by people to understand themselves more deeply in order to change unfulfilling aspects of their lives. Group work is based on the idea that human beings are fundamentally social beings, whose lives are inextricably linked with other people in many ways. Some people prefer to work in a group as this offers them another context in which to explore and resolve their difficulties, and work towards more satisfying ways of relating.
Groups can also help those who find it difficult to express their feelings and needs. Ironically we sometimes feel that it is harder to share private things with others, but finding out that we are not alone in our difficulties and benefiting from other's perspectives can be helpful.
Find a Group Analyst in London at the Bloomsbury Therapy Centre
Here you will find brief details of Group Analysts working at the Centre. Follow the links for further details.
If you have any questions or would like to discuss anything about the therapy offered, you can contact each therapist directly.
Sandra Evans MB, BS, Msc, FRCPsych, Memb IGA
Consultant Psychiatrist, Group Analyst
Expertise in treating adults of all ages, an experienced group analyst. Leading expert and advocate for psychodynamic approaches in old age.