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What are interpersonal processes?
How your interpretation and interaction with the world is influenced by your experiences, your self-perception, and your view of the world around you.
What is an interpersonal process group?
Rather than using skills, these groups encourage participants to examine reactions and responses with other participants.
What will be talked about in the group?
Personal relationships, expectations, healthy coping skills, emotional support, and other topics as suggested by group members.
Why should I join?
Being part of the group can help members learn more about themselves, build self-esteem, learn to have healthy social interactions, and set boundaries.
When does this group meet?
The sessions will take place on Tuesdays from 4:30-6:00PM for adolescents (13–17 years old) and on Sundays from 3:00-4:00PM for adults (ages 18 and above).
How long will each session last and how many sessions will it be?
Sessions are 1.5 hours long for adolescents and 1 hour for adults. These sessions will take place weekly on an ongoing basis.
Do I have to attend every week?
Although we recommend weekly attendance, this can differ based on your own needs. When you choose to attend is entirely up to you! There is no time commitment or minimum number of sessions you must commit to.
Who can join? Can family member come and join us?
We have groups for adolescents and adults. Anyone above the age of 13 can attend. Family members including, parents and siblings, spouses will not be allowed in to respect our members’ privacy.
What are the fees?
The fee is 299AED per session. We also offer discounted packages upon request.
How many people are in one group and where will it be held?
Average of four to six people at a time. We are located in Unit 213, Al Faris Building, Building 39, Dubai Healthcare City.
Do we have to talk to other people if we don’t want to?
You can say as much or as little as you want. The group is meant to support you, whether you want to share or simply attend and listen to what others have to say.