This process-orient group is a form of meditation-in-action. Members practice identifying and verbalizing their present thoughts and feelings, particularly as they apply to others in the group. As a result, they develop an understanding of their emotions and how to express them in a way that fosters genuineness and intimacy.
Group is a practical tool using here-and-now experience as the reference point. Our habitual emotional patterns and communications styles become apparent and we practice using new ways of communicating to foster and develop intimacy.
Group meets weekly for one-and-a-half hours. Call 347-860-4778 for more information.
John Baker says that group therapy can offer the insight, immediacy, and self-awareness that is the goal of Buddhist practice.