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Group therapy for adolescents




The Coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) has affected many adolescents. Their social, emotional and mental well-being have been deeply impacted by the lockdowns and online education. Trauma faced at this developmental stage may have long-term consequences across their lifespan.  

Group therapy can help support adolescents in sharing their social, emotional, and mental challenges and helping to ensure their well-being.


That is why we propose to help teenagers with a group therapy held by two experienced Cognitive-Behavior Therapy (CBT) specialists, Dr. Bruhl and her colleague.


Day and Time:  Mondays from 17h - 18h15/18H30 (weekly)

Summer Break: August 2023 - September 2023

Sessions resume: 23rd October 2023 onwards


Objectives:  To talk and share emotions, learn concrete strategies for managing anxiety, stress, negative and depressive thoughts as well to help develop self-confidence and build emotional resilience. The strategies are CBT based, scientifically proven to be very effective.


For whom: Adolescents of between 13 - 17 of age. The group will be limited to 8 teenagers.


The group therapy could either be an alternative for teenagers waiting to find individual therapy or who don’t want to start a “classic” therapy or alongside existing individual psychotherapy sessions.  


Practical information and Registration:

Email: for registration. In your email provide the following information:

  • Age of your child

  • Challenges of your child

  • Your contact details: phone and email.


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