Therapy group


Heal and grow together” Therapy Group

This therapy group is for everyone: from people who would like to improve their interpersonal skills to those with emotional issues such as depression or anxiety, as well as those struggling with loss, trauma, cultural adjustment difficulties, loneliness or low self-esteem.

Group therapy focuses on interpersonal interactions and aims both healing and lasting positive change. It is not only a valuable source of support and developing coping skills, but also of personal growth. In a therapy group, the focal point is more therapeutic and process-oriented than in a support group. Participants are working on specific therapeutic goals and their problems are addressed on a deeper level.


Benefits of group therapy

Group therapy facilitates the resolution of emotional and relationship difficulties and the change of unhelpful behaviors, supports people in times of transitions and change and helps them to improve their communication skills and connect with others in a more authentic way.

People having relationship problems such as conflicts, intimacy and trust issues or difficulties in creating or maintaining relationships benefit particularly from group therapy.


The group is co-led by Dana Popa, transcultural family and relations therapist and Monica Chirvase, psychologist and transactional analysis therapist.


Practical details

There are usually between 7 to 12 people in the group, men and women of all ages and cultural backgrounds.
The meetings take place every other week at our locations in The Hague or Amsterdam.
One therapy group session lasts 90 minutes.
The sessions are conducted in English, French and Romanian.

Groups of 4-7 people are led by Monica Chirvase, psychologist and TA therapist.

Groups of 8-12 people are co-led by Monica Chirvase, psychologist and TA therapist and Dana Popa, intercultural systemic therapist.


Terms of participation
  • An initial individual consultation with one of the therapists is required before entering the group. During consultation we try to get to know you, your difficulties and your needs/expectations and evaluate whether or not group therapy is right for you.
  • The participants are asked to commit for at least 8 consecutive sessions.
  • Information shared by group members and their identity must be kept confidential by all group members.

For more information or to schedule an initial appointment, please contact us: wabisabipsy@gmail.com.