Self-Love Recovery Specific Group Therapy
Facilitated by Ross Rosenberg
Ross Rosenberg, M.Ed., CADC
Self-Love Recovery Institute is pleased to announce that Ross Rosenberg is now providing Self-Love Recovery Program (SLRP) specific Group Psychotherapy. This treatment opportunity is a much-needed and welcomed addition to SLRI's treatment options. In addition to being a trained and accomplished group therapist, Ross has an intuitive feel for its unique processes.
Self-Love Recovery Program's Group Psychotherapy is an exclusive opportunity offered to those who desire to transition from individual to group therapy or those who would benefit from both modalities. To maximize the therapeutic impact, no more than six people will be included in each group.
SLRP GROUP THERAPY SESSIONS
Professionally administered SLRP Group Psychotherapy can achieve therapeutic and clinical goals that are either impossible or exceedingly difficult to accomplish in individual psychotherapy. It is common for some people to prefer concurrent participation in both therapy modalities, as, in combination, progress in the SLRP Treatment process is expedited. In other words, SLRP Group Therapy may boost your chances of making valuable, lasting changes.
Joining a group of strangers may sound intimidating at first, but group therapy provides benefits that individual therapy may not. Group members are almost always surprised by how rewarding the group experience can be, and in a short amount of time, you'll most likely view your group as a valuable and trusted source of support. Groups help to ease that sense of isolation and give the opportunity to practice re-engaging with people.
ADVANTAGES OF SLRP GROUP THERAPY
- Follows the SLRP Program
- Sharing Can Be Healing.
- Breaking free from others or self-imposed isolation. Often, you may feel like you are the only one struggling –but you're not. It can be a relief to hear others discuss what they are going through and realize you are not alone.
- Experiencing unconditional support from peers.
- Developing a sense of identity and belonging.
- Freedom to discuss personal issues that otherwise would be kept secret.
- Having accountability partners.
- Provides a sounding board. Getting safe and constructive feedback from other group members can be powerfully instructive and healing.
- The group serves as a "mirror" in which you uncover blind spots that may be blocking your ability to overcome your issues while learning to understand yourself better.
- For some, the first experience of being oneself, without worrying about anyone else.
- Practice/learn more effective social and communication skills.
- The possibility of making life-connections
- More affordable than individual therapy sessions.
- It can be beneficial in conjunction with individual therapy.
If you are interested in group psychotherapy with Ross, please download the Client Intake Form and the Client Agreement Form and email them to email@example.com. An individual consultation appointment is required prior to the attendance of group therapy sessions.
- Although SLRP treats the trauma responsible for Self-Love Deficit Disorder/SLDD (codependency), it is not a treatment program for most other trauma disorders.
- Having “self-love deficiency” is not the same as being an SLD. Numerous other mental health challenges include such a deficit. Ongoing treatment/acceptance into SLRP Group Psychotherapy is not guaranteed.
- Acceptance into SLRP is determined if a person is a codependent/SLD as specified in “The Human Magnet Syndrome” book. Therefore, the book must be read prior to the initial meeting.
- During the initial session, prospective clients are evaluated for SLDD, and if they can benefit from SLRP.
- SLRP Group Therapy acceptance is not guaranteed. At the end of the initial session, Ross will share his evaluation and recommendations.