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Massachusetts Couples Therapy Practice Launches New Group to Empower Local Women

Published on 3/3/2018
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Beginning March 6th, The Northampton Center for Couples Therapy, or NCCT, will offer a new focus group for women.

Designed to empower female partners through all stages of a relationship (and life), the group will be led by therapist Martha Reeves, MA, LICSW, who has more than 25 years of experience in treating couples and families.

Held Tuesday evenings from 5:30 to 7:00pm at 40 Main St #206, Florence, MA, this will be a short-term experience of six consecutive weeks, with the possibility of a new series in the future.

The group will include readings on self-compassion and acceptance, as well as exercises in mindfulness-based stress reduction and self-compassion techniques. Each session will also highlight the victories women achieved through situations of adversity. Participants will discuss the topics of self-care, self-compassion and personal empowerment.

“The focus of the group is on transitions and the experience of living with uncertainty, whether that comes from divorce, issues related to aging or loss or other disruptions in a relationship,” says Reeves.

The tools and strategies used during the group are not necessarily outside of what typical couples counseling includes. However, the group setting allows participants to connect and share their experiences in a very meaningful way.

“The group modality provides a powerful antidote to the isolation and self-doubt that often result from periods of change,” says Reeves. “Participants are seeking community at a time where they feel alone in their experience. While they may be able to share to some degree with friends or family, they are looking to connect with others who have experienced something similar.”

Who is this group best for?

According to Reeves, this group is best suited for individuals who have utilized therapy or couples therapy in the past (either individual and/or w/their partners) or are drawn to a group opportunity, in which they can both give of themselves and receive from others.

About Northampton Center for Couples Therapy

The Northampton Center for Couples Therapy is the only practice in New England that specializes exclusively in treating couples. Their clients come from as far away as NYC, Boston, New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut and the Berkshires. Using some of the most well-researched, evidence-based models, like the Gottman Method and Emotionally Focused Therapy, they offer their clients care in stabilizing their relationships and having healthier families.

You can reach the center by phone at (413) 586-2300 or visit them online at http://www.northamptoncouplestherapy.com/.

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