Group Work

Helper/Caregiver Process Group

How do you take care of yourself while taking care of others?

Online

Helping professionals or those who care for a family member, in other words, helpers or caregivers, focus on the needs and well-being of another person. They give space to the other while effacing themselves in varying degrees and frameworks. 

But what impact does being a helper have on us? How do we balance our private life with our helper role? And how can the Jungian perspective help us, as helpers? 

This group is aimed at answering these and other similar questions, using the Jungian approach. During each session, the facilitator will present a theme or aspect of the helper role (learning), and then the group will share experiences and reflect on the topic (processing).

When: Fortnightly meetings on Tuesdays | 18:00-19:30 CET

dates to be announced 

Where: on Zoom

Fee: CHF 50.- per session per person

Group size: Space is limited to 7 people

Commitment: a 3-month commitment is required

At the end of each quarter, the group opens to new members. The group remains closed during the quarters (e.g., January to March)

You can read more on the Helper’s Group and sign up by clicking the button below:

A Jungian exploration of helping others: Who is the Helper?

A 3-week online course

Helpers often go unnoticed when it comes to their mental and physical well-being. While being a helper can be satisfying, the toll it takes on the helper is not always apparent, and they often suffer in silence. This 3-week online course is designed to focus on the helper role, delve into its archetypal background, and explore Jungian concepts such as persona, shadow, and individuation.  

When: 10, 17 and 24 March | 7 -9pm CET

Where: on Zoom

No previous knowledge of Jungian psychology is required.

You can read more on the course and sign up by clicking the button below:

Jungian Group for Burnout

Burnout can be a transformative journey

Online

In this support and processing group, I use Jungian tools and learning materials (as needed) to explore the unconscious dynamics that underlie burnout. Our goal is to help you find the meaning of burnout for yourself by connecting to the core of our experience, listening to others’ experiences, and writing our own individual burnout story.

When: Fortnightly meetings on Mondays | 12:00-13:30 CET

dates to be announced

Where: on Zoom

Fee: CHF 50.- per session per person.

Group size: Space is limited to 7 people

Commitment: a 3-month commitment is required.

At the end of each quarter, the group opens to new members. The group remains closed during the quarters (e.g., January to March).

You can read more on the Burnout Process Group and sign up by clicking the button below: