New Online Mutual Support Group

17 September 2021
New Online Mutual Support Group

You are invited to join a newly started support group for people with alcohol addiction. The group is organised by Yellow Scarf together with the Osrodek Terapii i Rozwoju – Yellow Scarf Support. Mutual group is funded by The National Lottery Community Fund. The support group will be facilitated by addiction psychotherapist Rafal Piekarczyk

Mutual support group will be held in Polish

The group starts in October 2021, you can find the application link and practical information below. 

The main aims of the group: 

- Supporting and discovering factors that help to maintain abstinence.

- Exploring sources of support needed for abstinence and personal development.

- Sorting out, naming, and discovering emotions and their meaning.

Conditions for participation: 

- Joining the group after prior consultation with the lead therapist 

- The group is intended for people whose aim is abstinence. 

- Qualifying for the group means declaration of participation in all meetings (it is allowed to miss a therapy session for random reasons, but no more than 2x per 6 months) 

- Participants must have a camera on during all meetings

Practical information:

- The group is planned to start in October 2021

- Meetings take place once a week online

- Each meeting is 1.5 hours with the therapist and group members. 

- Group meetings will take place over 6 months 

- The number of places is limited, and participation is on a first come first served basis.

- The number of participants is maximum 12 people 

- Participants do not pay any fees for group therapy 

- The leading counsellor is Rafał Piekarczyk

Information in Polish and link to registration:


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