Groups can be a really powerful way to share experiences and information. Dating and finding a relationship can often be isolating, unknown and frustrating. It is hard to navigate what will work best for us in terms of websites, apps, meet up groups or matchmakers, let alone how we may behave on dates ourselves. A group offers a supportive way to discuss what is working for us and to share with others to empower us to make more useful choices for ourselves. With the ultimate objective of forming and being in a relationship.
Forthcoming Groups: Autumn / Winter 2018
Exploring Relationships – A Taster Day for Women
Date: Saturday 3rd November 2018
Time: 10am – 4pm
Location: Spectrum Centre for Humanistic Psychotherapy, N4
Are you struggling to form or maintain an intimate relationship? Maybe you’ve never been in an intimate relationship but would like to be, or perhaps you’ve been seeking someone and feeling lost not knowing where or how to meet them? The focus of this group is to share and support each other in our experiences of searching for and meeting people in the pursuit of a connected relationship.
Throughout the day we will focus on what we are personally looking for and how we can put this into action in the future, with a look at dating.
The group is open to women of all ages and sexual orientation (cisgender) and will be up to six participants.
The cost for the day is £75.00, payable in advance by cheque, cash or bank transfer.
The day will from 10am-4pm on 03/11/2018. Please bring a dish of food to share lunch.