What we're about

How can I become more in touch with who I really am, and how I relate to others, in 'the here and now'?

Encounter groups provide an environment where you are supported and encouraged to examine your feelings and actions in relation to yourself and others. The group experience is therefore the result of every member's contributions, and is unique each time. The role of the facilitator is only to assist and support members in their engagement and learning, and, where appropriate, to be a resource for others.

The encounter group concept was developed by the famous psychotherapist Carl Rogers and others, and is currently enjoying a revival as more people seek meaningful interactions with others, better self-knowledge, and greater authenticity as individuals.

Encounter groups will be held on a weekend. They will involve about 6 hours on each day, ending in late afternoon (total contact time for the entire weekend will be 12 hours). The participants' contribution for the weekend will be £200.00. Further details of specific encounter groups, dates, and venues, will be confirmed nearer the time.

For more information about encounter groups, and the person-centred approach to psychotherapy, see my Youtube channel and website:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkrn-WnmbTygJb1QkQCgSdg

https://www.harvardtherapy.co.uk

“There is no organised encounter group. There is simply a freedom of expression - of feelings and thoughts - on any personally relevant issue.”
― ― Carl Rogers, On Encounter Groups ― ―

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