Come join the group!
Six Reasons to Join Group Therapy:
- Normalize your experiences
- Open yourself up to new ideas and ways of being in the world
- Increase your interpersonal skills
Something you’ve been needing and looking for? Look no more!
Call Ilissa Banhazl, marriage and family therapist at 626.335.0903 and learn more today!
Video therapy/counseling available. Inquire!!!
Visit www.ilissabanhazlmft.com and learn more about my practice and group therapy!
Learn about yourself in group therapy! Find support and friendship!
Dating can be fun but it also can be difficult. You may get the date but then nothing ever comes of it.
5 Things You’ll Learn in a Singles Group
- What to talk about on your first, second and third date.
- How much to share in the beginning…
- When should we have sex?
- How long should I wait to respond to a text, call or email?
- How do my children fit into this new picture?
Come share ideas, feelings, concerns and successes.
Our little family would love to hear!
Ilissa Banhazl, MFT, Group Facilitator
A book for men on dating>>>
Come join the group!
Groups will be starting up again in September. More information is available at http://www.ilissabanhazlmft.com.
Sign ups will begin in August so mark your calendar.
1. Women’s Support
2. Grief and Loss (Bereavement)
3. Lesbian Women’s Group
4. Eating Disorder and Body Image
5. Single’s Group
The more you join with others, the more connected you feel and the more you realize you’re normal!
See you in the fall…
Could you really spank these kids?
If you recently caught the latest episode of new sitcom “Blackish” then you probably were amused by the difficulty the dad had when deciding whether he would spank his son, as he himself was spanked often as a child. Somehow, spanking didn’t feel right. He wound up having a talk with his son instead and it was effective.
Today, there is truly no reason to spank a child. If your family is communicating about their feelings and needs and thoughts then conversation should be enough to guide your kids to where they need to go and have them understand what you expect from them. Physically come down to your child’s level, perhaps touch them gently on the shoulder and make eye contact. Use a gentle but firm voice when speaking to your child. Show your child respect and they will treat you with respect for the rest of your days…
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Call 626-335-0903 to speak to Ilissa Banhazl, MFT Glendora about your parenting issues…
Read more about spanking…
Join the Single’s Group Glendora and share stories and ideas!
When you have recently gone through a divorce or the end of a relationship; especially when it’s not your choice, it is understandable that you are going to experience feelings of grief and disorientation. Isolating oneself can intensify feelings of rejection, loneliness and fear.
When you meet with other newly single people in a group experience, you will benefit in these 5 ways.
1. Sharing your story and listening to others helps to normalize your experience and your feelings.
2. Meeting other people who are starting over and looking to accompany a friend to dinner, a movie or a chat over coffee is an important part of moving on.
3. Learning other group member’s perception of you helps to combat self-doubt and brings clarity for your next relationship.
4. Finding camaraderie and humor in group will help to restore your feelings of a hopeful future.
5. Bouncing your ideas off other people and coming back the following week to report on your experience will remind you that you are cared about.
You don’t have to be divorced to benefit from a singles group.
Men and women who have not yet found their mate, will also benefit from meeting with other singles.
To speak with the Single’s Group facilitator please contact Ilissa Banhazl, MFT at 626-335-0905.
To learn more about her group practice visit>>>
Look for the purple sofa!
Tuesday evening is group night. It is comprised of 8 women who didn’t know each other and have become supportive caring friends.
1. Come share about your life experiences.
2. Come get your needs met.
3. Come and make a difference in someone else’s life. It will make you feel great.
When: Tuesday evenings
How long? 8 weeks
How much? $50 per meeting
What about insurance? PPO reimbursement
Please call to learn more about the group (626) 335-0903 Ask for Ilissa
Read more about groups at my website>>>
Read why a group might be a better choice for you at this time at psychology today>>>