Sun & Moon Group Therapy - Alexia Severis

 
 
This is an adult workshop for those 18 or over.
Please do not bring babies or young children to this group as even young infants pick up on what they hear even if they can’t speak or possibly makes sense of it the energy is still internalised.
 
If you decide to come you must, please, commit to all three sessions (Monday 11.15, Wednesday 11.15, Friday 11.15).
The reason for this is that we want to create a group process in these three, one and a half hour sessions. 
 
The group will be confidential meaning that anything discussed in the group must not be discussed outside of the group,
except your own personal insight and experience pertaining to you and not to the work of others in the group.
 
The groups aim will be to assist you in your personal development, gaining insight into any personal blockages or areas for growth.
You will benefit from Alexia’s extensive clinical experience as well as the group’s collective experience, knowledge, wisdom & support.
 
While we may enjoy some laughter and joy, the group will be focused on achieving insight, learning & self development. 
 
There are only twelve place available for this group.
Please sign up beforehand by emailing Scott Doane: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to reserve your place. 
If you have other questions beforehand you can email Alexia at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 
 
About Alexia:

Alexia Severis BA hons (Psychology) BA (Counselling) MA hons MBACP
 
Alexia has been a Counsellor and Psychotherapist for 23 years. Having delivered well over 15,000 therapeutic hours of one to one and group therapy as well as delivering 1700 hours of Clinical Supervision. 
She is an eclectic counsellor and psychotherapist predominantly trained in  Humanistic modalities such as Person Centred, Solution Focused, Transactional Analysis & others. She also has a certificate in Psychoanalytic Group Therapy from Oxford University. She has worked as a Critical Incident Debriefer working with those affected by trauma. 
 
However most of her career has be dedicated to working with children, young people and families of all shapes and sizes. With a particular interest in working with mother & baby bonding, teenagers and family dynamics.
 
Alexia has worked as a counsellor & psychotherapist  and clinical supervisor in business organisations (EAP’s& private schools), Government Organisations (Oxfordshire County Council and Cornwall Council in schools, youth centres, family centers) and non profit organisations (Carers Association.)
 
She currently has a private practice delivering counselling & psychotherapy one to one work, family work and group work as well as offering clinical supervision to other therapists. She is a trainer and workshop leader.  She also works as a clinical supervisor for a youth counselling agency.