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Mikinon 11 & M. Alexandrou
10435 - Athens

Mobile: +69 32 44 27 22,
Office: +210 34 75 071

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Group Therapy

What does the Mind say, what does the Body scream and what does the Emotion feel when we want to talk, or when we want to listen to others? Where do our habits and our stereotypes clash and when are they at peace with each other when we are among other people? How can a truth be expressed in the most effortless, guilt-free and healthy way? Which people do we feel comfortable with and which people can we not stand to communicate with?

  • Open Group Therapy
  • Special Support Group Therapy

Open Group Therapy

Open group therapy is a workshop-journey into the past, the present and the future, using as guides all the methods of expression employed by the Integrative approach of the Mind-Body-Emotion Triptych:

• Drama Therapy (Moréno technique, body and verbal expression)

• Art Therapy (creative writing and drawing)

• Photolangage (Group de Lyon technique, expression with the help of photographs)

• Autogenic Training (J. H. Schultz technique, weight perception, breathing, movement and balance exercises)

In almost every one of our sessions, physical exercises and expression using pilates balls are included.


By the end of our journey:

we will have learned how to perceive our own psychology (self-analysis) and to accept it without apprehension 

we will have identified and improved our difficulties in expressing ourselves (voice, body language and movement)

we will have learned ways to manage any stressors we have in our lives

we will have identified or changed any habits and behaviours which block our daily wellbeing

we will have learned the extent of our own physical abilities and expression

we will have worked individually on our own personal self-knowledge goal and have found ways to improve it


Group Therapy is based on the dynamics between the members that make it up. Essentially, each person reflects one another and the whole group reflects us. The power of group therapy is recommended:

for strengthening our communication skills, to express ourselves and listen to others

for ridding ourselves of guilt, to get over the obstacles of judgement and self-criticism

for accepting diversity, to draw strength and understanding from that which is different from us

for psychological education, to learn about our own difficulties and our abilities to manage them using different therapy tools


Group therapy is aimed at:

anyone who has done face-to-face session, but feels lacking in their social character and their emotional expression

anyone who has Not yet done any kind of therapy and who, while reading this text, identified that they would be interested in a group therapy setting 

anyone who has chronic stress or suffers from other psychosomatic symptoms

anyone who wishes to change, improve or understand something about themselves that has been troubling them in their interpersonal relationships (work, friendship, intimate relationship, family, etc).


Group therapy sessions are held on a weekly basis. Duration is 90 minutes. Attendance is mandatory for the time period we agree upon. We usually start with a four-month “contract,” which can be renewed if we want. Also, group activities in an outdoor environment are often arranged, such as a trip to the mountain or seaside, always upon agreement. 

Special Support Group Therapy

These groups are recommended for people who are united by a specific and common difficulty or stressor. By using the Mind-Body-Emotion Triptych, we journey on a collective healing process. We share our common struggles and learn from each other how to overcome them.

Together, we can tackle subjects such as:
• Trauma & Crisis Management
• Self-Image & Identity Management
• Strengthening Self-Esteem

These group therapy meetings can be benefitial for people:
• who struggle with PTSD
• who are survivors of sexual or physical abuse
• who have difficulty managing high-stress situations
• who suffer from panic attacks
• who struggle with balancing two sides of their identity (sexual, religious, ethnic, etc.)


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