The term ‘young adult’ is in itself an oxymoron. It’s a figure of speech that joins two opposite words together – “young” and “adult”! And this explains exactly how a person belonging to this age group (20-26) feels.

“What am I doing with my life?”, “Should I stay in this relationship?”, “Am I taking the right career decision?”

Or deeper questions like: “Am I ‘good’ enough?” “How do I fit in?! Will I ever??” ,“Why am I still immature?”, “Why am I still so hurt by memories from my childhood?” If questions like these are what you find yourselves thinking about often, then read on:

Sometimes you wonder about these things, right? If you’re in your 20s, you know exactly the feeling. The stress of making the ‘correct choice’ is an unavoidable one. You can postpone addressing these questions, but let’s face it, that just adds to your stress and keeps you away from living a relaxed, fuller life.

As children and teens, you may have had people directly or indirectly telling you what to do and what not to. Sometimes this pointing out may have helped, at other times it may have simply left you irritated. With college though, there’s more freedom, and less instructions. But what happens post college? You might be going through some relationship dilemma, finding a partner, finding a job, wondering whether you are on the right track in terms of your career, wondering about how to take your life ahead.. Yes, you may be starting to realize as young adults, how much you are truly on your own, and the depth of what these words –“being on your own” can mean! This is where therapy can come in as help.

 

Seeking Help Through Group Therapy

We have devised a group therapy program for young adults aimed at addressing these questions in a freer, more deeper manner and making choices that are more thought through and meaningful. In an Open Group, you can find space to discuss issues you may be shy to talk about because they may seem small or impractical, but are truly bothering you. You can stop feeling so alone, or even lonely in your situation.

Gradually the group members, with the help of the therapist, would be able to understand themselves better, gain more clarity about the nature of the crises they face, and what they can do to work towards resolution. Know more about the nature and principles of Group Therapy

 

Areas that will be worked through in Group Therapy for Young Adults

In group sessions, the following areas will be therapeutically addressed:-

– Social Anxiety – enhancing social skills, attaining comfort within oneself when one is with others

– Relationship Difficulties – be it romantic relationships, relationships with parents or friends

– Career and Work related stress – addressing confusions pertaining to career path and difficulties on the job

– Decisions about Marriage – addressing questions about marriage – about individual readiness for marriage as well as expectations of family

– Deeper emotions such as a tendency to feel easily worried, stressed or angry – understanding more about what these emotions mean and how to cope with them

– Enhancing Faith in Oneself

 

 

We would love to have you as a part of these sessions. In order to do so, contact us on 9833985538 or email us on info@innerspacetherapy.in. Initially, you would book an individual consultation session with us where we can discuss the difficulties that you wish to resolve in detail. Accordingly, we will suggest if group therapy, individual therapy or a combination of the two would benefit you the most.

 

Specific Details:

Group size: Max 8 ppl.

Frequency of group sessions: Once in 2 weeks.

1 Session duration: 1 hr 30 mins.

Fees for Initial Consultation Session: Rs.1450

Fees for Group Sessions: Rs.900 per session

Age range of Group: 20-26

This group would begin in October.

 

About the Facilitator

This group will be facilitated by Kunjal Shah.

Kunjal has been a practicing psychological counselor for 7 years. She has worked considerably with adolescents, young adults as well as older adults and understands different emotional stresses that they face. She primarily follows psychodynamic and mindfulness approaches in therapy

Know more about her here