Just as one of the cornerstones of our clinical work in our residential programme is the group dynamic, we also find that trauma healing groups are an invaluable part of our outpatient clinic in Harley Street, London. We offer these groups in the evenings, which incorporate mindfulness, Somatic Experiencing, and emotional and physical boundary work via communication skill building, and internal “felt-sense” distinction.
Clients learn and explore trauma reduction techniques in this group setting and experience the beneficial effect of group dynamics, talking and listening boundaries, and relational intimacy in a safe environment. Groups are an effective way to supplement individual work in personal recovery but clients can also choose to attend them without participating in one-to-one therapy.
As we begin to know ourselves better, and comprehend how we relate to others and what is impinging on our relationships, we can better understand both our triggers and our reactivity, which are the legacy of our unresolved or untreated trauma. This is valuable both as a therapeutic experience and as a complement to our one-to-one therapy.
Groups are run in the Harley Street clinic on Monday and Wednesday at 6.00pm to 7.30pm and group members are expected to make a weekly commitment to the group.
The fee is £30 per session. Concessions are available.
We work with members of respected organisations to deliver our services.
If you have a client, or know of someone who is struggling, reach out to Khiron.
We believe that we can stop the revolving door of treatment and misdiagnosis by providing effective residential and outpatient therapies for underlying psychological trauma, stress and breakdown.
Allow us to help you find the path to effective, long lasting recovery.
For information, call us today.
Khiron Clinics remains open for admissions.We are continuing to follow all the government advice, along with Public Health England (PHE) and the NHS guidance. We are well resourced and organised to remain as safe as possible, and are carrying out detailed protocols to minimise the risk of transmission. We have contingency plans if a resident shows symptoms (facilities for safe and comfortable isolation, or temporary return home). We have plans in place to continue therapy for residents remotely, in isolation, if necessary. We are also able to ensure that if residents have their therapy significantly reduced or disrupted they will not suffer financially. Our Ethics and Governance Board is actively overseeing of how we are managing the situation.