Women’s Relational Psychotherapy Group

What Is It? You are invited to join a very unique women’s relational psychotherapy group that will meet once a month for a full day, over a period of 8 months. The purpose will be to explore relationships issues of all kinds (spouses, partners, work, children, other) using psychodrama, focusing techniques, breath work, dream work, and guided meditation. You will be asked to commit to the full 8 months in the interest of creating a solid on-going support group and a strong transformational container. Participants will have a preliminary interview to determine suitability for this type of work.

Meeting one Saturday a month for 8 months:

10:00 am – 4:30 pm
November 2015 – June 2016 (see dates below)


Hincks- Dellcrest Centre, 114 Maitland St., Toronto


$1600 for 8 months – (two installments are possible)

Early Bird Registration:

$1535 (if paid in full by October 21st)

Sign Up Early – Space is Limited

Contact the Group Leaders to register or for more information

Margaret Mikkelborg, M.A. RP is a Registered Psychotherapist and has been in private practice for over 25 years. She has long been deeply involved in the study and practice of Jungian thought and dream analysis combined with a strong orientation to the body-mind connection. She has a M.A. in Psychology in which she focused on Jungian and archetypal psychology. Her other credentials include: Focusing Trainer, and Certified Yoga Teacher. She has been a Clinical Member of the Ont. Society of Psychotherapists since 1996 and is currently serving on their board as Chair of PR. She is also an associate consultant at www.management-transitions.com. She has a wide range of experience working with individuals, couples and groups. Contact Margaret

Pat Rayman, M.Ed., RP is a Registered Psychotherapist, Certified Associate Director of Psychodrama,    Clinical Member and Past President, Ontario Society of Psychotherapists.  Pat is a seasoned psychotherapist in private practice in Toronto. She has had in-depth training in a range of psychotherapeutic theories and practices. These include psychodrama, family therapy, narrative and cognitive behavioral therapy, trauma treatment, self psychology and relational psychotherapy.   She has extensive clinical experience working with groups, couples, and individuals, as well as providing training and supervision for therapists. Contact her at patrayman@rogers.com (416-588-3662).

Dates: Nov. 14/15, Dec.5/15, Jan. 23/16, Feb.13/16, Mar 19/16, Apr. 16/16, May 14/16, June 4/16