Who are the helpers?
Helpers are individuals who provide assistance to others. They can be professionals such as therapists, doctors, nurses, social workers, and teachers. They can also be caregivers like mothers, those who take care of family members such as an elderly parent, an ill child, or a spouse with addiction.
This group offers a platform to explore helpers’ experiences through a Jungian perspective. The group is semi-curated, with each meeting comprising a learning session where the facilitator presents an aspect of the helper’s role from the Jungian perspective, followed by a processing or sharing session where members can reflect on and share their experiences.