Groups & Workshops
Building healthy relationships, together.
Expand your comfort zone from the comfort of your own home.
Peak Resilience leverages cutting edge research and group therapy principles for truly transformational experiences. In addition to being more financially accessible, research shows that group therapy yields the same benefits as individual therapy. In fact, depending on the individual, group therapy can be even more effective. For many people, a group therapy setting is the key to unlocking the social and emotional muscles needed to thrive in a way that translates directly to the real world.
Most people feel nervous when starting group work – so if you’re nervous, you’re not alone. We continue to be inspired by the bravery people show when healing in a group setting. Listening and being listened to makes us see our own problems differently – often more clearly. Hearing “me too”, or simply seeing nods of recognition from others lets us feel seen, heard, and anything but alone. This approach helps us step out of our comfort zone by fostering reciprocal trust in each other, ourselves, and the process.
Group sessions offer an increased sense of belonging and support and can be an especially powerful source of support and healing.
Foundations in Clinical Supervision – Virtual
This 30-hour, 5-week virtual certificate course prepares the experienced practitioner to provide resiliency-informed clinical supervision.
$795 (discounts for City University alum or groups of three or more)
Request a customized private group or course experience that works for you.
These group costs vary depending on length and amount of participants.
Queering Therapy Group Clinical Consultation with Meera Dhebar
Meera provides clinical supervision through a queered intersectional lens as a means to deconstruct and decolonize practice. She sees queer worldmaking as a framework through which to build this community of practice. We have open discussions about clients (non identifying), therapeutic relationships, practice, self as therapist. Counsellors share their ideas of how they conceptualize their own work, and we always feel invigorated and inspired at the end of each consult. You don’t have to be queer, or discuss queer clients. The group is open to anyone who is interested in learning what it means to centre identities, experiences and knowledge that usually sits on the margins of society and counselling practice.
If the price is getting in the way please email email@example.com and we can discuss sliding scale options.