Groups offer an opportunity to learn about yourself and others in a facilitated, dynamic social setting. They are a space to connect with others, develop a sense of community, learn skills, take risks, and work through social challenges. Please contact me for a free consultation to see if these groups would be a good fit for you.
Men's Process Group
Beginning November 17th, 2020
Space is Limited - Registration Now Open
Learn about yourself as you connect with others in this confidential, supportive space for male-identified folks. This group is for adults age 18 and older. We will meet once every two weeks via a secure online platform. A twelve session commitment is required, and sliding scale options are available for those in need.
What is a Process Group?
A process group focuses on the here-and-now interactions between group members. Our time will be a mixture of individual and interpersonal work, focused on what is present for each of us when we gather. The content of our sessions will be responsive to the needs, interests, and desires of group members. A process group can be an excellent adjunct to individual psychotherapy, though participation in individual therapy is not required.
Who may benefit from this group?
This type of group may be supportive for anyone seeking personal growth, social learning, and a sense of community and connection with others. Although there are no guarantees, many participants find process groups helpful for reducing social isolation, softening patterns of shame, learning how to communicate feelings, increasing emotional intelligence, and learning how to receive support from others, among other potential benefits. Please schedule a free, 20-min consultation to see if this group might be a good fit for you.
When: Every other Tuesday, 6pm-7:30pm (with exceptions for holidays), beginning 11/17. 12 session commitment required.
Where: via a secure video platform
Investment: $40 per session. Sliding scale options available.
Group size is limited to 8 participants.
Facilitated by Lucius Wheeler, MA
Lucius is a psychotherapist in private practice in Ashland and Portland, OR. He brings over a decade of experience facilitating men's groups, mentoring young men, and leading rites of passage experiences. In his therapy practice, he specializes in helping male-identified people to overcome shame, learn from their challenges, and discover a new sense of freedom to create a meaningful life. Lucius is committed to antiracist practice, equity, and inclusion, and is inspired by a vision of mental health care where all people feel welcome, valued, and empowered.