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A self-awareness and personal growth group for adults seeking healthy, fulfilling relationships

Relationship Process Group In Colorado

For individuals who want to develop strong and worthwhile connections with others so you can feel confident and happy in your relationships.
A black man and white woman staring at each other with his arm around her and laughing. They are enjoying their relationship more after participating in group counseling in Colorado.
4 adults laughing and laying on a white blanket on the grass enjoying their friendly relationship. They are participating in a relationship process group in Colorado.
A white woman and a black woman laughing while wrapped together in a blanket. Talking about their relationship in a group counseling session in Colorado.

if you have been:

  • The giver in your relationships while never getting anything back

  • Having difficulty trusting others and forging close connections

  • Believing that when you walk into a room, everyone is judging you negatively

  • Wondering if your worth is related only to what you do, not who you are

  • Or thinking that you are a failure because your relationship failed

Our Relationship Process Group is the most effective way to
help you to:

  • Be able to relate better with others through opening up and showing vulnerability

  • Unpack your past relationships while moving forward with your life

  • Honor yourself as a "giver" but without sacrificing your own needs

  • Set healthy boundaries, practice assertive communication, and manage conflict better

  • Understand how you can view others as safe so you can deepen your relationships

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Meet our Relationship Process Group facilitators:

We're Chris Campassi and Dylan Mackie-Hernandez, experienced relationship counselors and group facilitators. We help adults just like you go from feeling lonely and discouraged about your relationships to having self-confidence in your connections with others so your relationships can thrive!

Chris Campassi is a relationship therapist with Catalyss Counseling. Headshot of Chris in a blue shirt at a park in Colorado.
Therapist Dylan Mackie-Hernandez who works with adults with relationship concerns in group counseling. Dylan works at Catalyss Counseling in Colorado.

What to expect from the Relationship PRocess Group:

Small Groups:

Your Relationship Process Group will be small, up to 6 people per group. This is so you can get the most out of your group experience. A small group also gives you a chance to seek out feedback about how to change your relationship patterns.

Closed Group:

We want you to connect in meaningful ways to your other group members. So, the Relationship Process Group is not designed as a drop-in group. You will see the same people in your group from week to week. 

meets weekly:

The Relationship Process Group meets weekly for 10 weeks. It is a big commitment to attend a weekly group, we know. So after 10 weeks if you're still wanting more self-growth around your relationships, you are welcome to join our next group session.

Process group:

A process group means that deeper relationship healing can occur more quickly than say, in individual counseling or a support group. Our Relationship Process Group helps to make that happen by focusing on the relationships among the participants in your group. When you show up in a group, it's likely that you repeat your past relationship patterns. A Relationship Process Group offers you a safe place to try new ways of interacting in relationships

Online Group:

We know you have a busy schedule, and that is why the Relationship Process Group is an online group. So, you will be sent a login link the day of your group session and all you need to do to join is to click the link. Online groups offer the flexibility you need while cutting down on your commute time. Please ensure you have a safe and confidential space to join the group session.

Still Unsure about our Relationship PRocess Group?

It may seem odd to do group counseling for relationship concerns. And we get it, groups can be intimidating! Just the thought of opening up to a bunch of people you don't know can also be anxiety-provoking. But we guarantee that you are not the only one feeling like this. Every other person in the group is also nervous to get started and meet others in the group. Because of that, we talk about our anxiety in the group itself, which is one way to promote connections between group members.

The Relationship Process Group is an interpersonal process group, a specific type of group that yields significant results in your self-awareness, personal growth and relationship development. Research shows that group counseling for relationships is highly effective. We love groups so much, we even wrote a blog about it to help demystify the group experience: What is Group Therapy Like For You?

If you're still unsure and have more questions about our Relationship Process Group, you can also contact us for a free 20 minute phone consultation. Our Scheduling Coordinator can answer any questions you have about this group and determine if this group will be the best fit for you, or if individual counseling may also be recommended

We love groups for relationship concerns here at Catalyss Counseling. Whether you're concerned about your past relationship patterns, you get tongue-tied in group situations, or are wondering how to open up and connect more with others, this group has you covered. Other benefits of the Relationship Process Group include not feeling so alone and isolated, understanding how anxiety and depression may affect you showing up in your relationships, and offering a safe place to express your feelings. Yes, groups can be challenging. But we know you can do it, why not try it today!

5 hands are together on a wood table. These hands are coming together to discuss their relationship patterns in Colorado in a relationship group.

Other therapy services offered by catalyss counseling:

Group counseling for relationship issues can be more effective than individual counseling at times. And we know that the Relationship Process Group is a great way to grow personally in your relationship skills. But we know that group counseling may not be the only treatment you want, and we want to meet all your counseling needs throughout Colorado. Because of that, our caring therapists also provide individual anxiety treatment, depression counseling, grief and loss therapy, caregiver stress, online therapy, and more. Some of our therapists also specialize in trauma and PTSD, EMDR for Trauma, pregnancy, postpartum depression and anxiety, birth trauma, and pregnancy loss. We also provide clinical supervision for therapists! We are looking forward to connecting with you to start your journey towards healing today.

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