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Breakup Therapy Group


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Description

Going through a traumatic breakup or divorce can be devastating. However, it can also be a time of positive transformation if navigated well. This four-session group will provide compassionate support that will help you both move forward and use the breakup as a platform for emotional growth.

Through a series of guided exercises, Dr. Sarah Gundle will enable you to examine patterns in your relationships, identify areas you wish to change, and help you craft a coherent narrative of what went wrong in the relationship. In addition to the group, you will also get strategic homework assignments through a breakup workbook that Dr. Gundle has developed.

Location

450 West 24th St.,
1F,
New York, NY 10011

Dates

Wednesdays from 5:30pm-6:30pm

Cost

$75/session

Group Therapist

Dr. Sarah Gundle is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in Chelsea, New York specializing in trauma, PTSD, depression, anxiety, parenting, and career counseling. Her practice focuses on supporting individuals who have experienced trauma, particularly sexual trauma, to process their emotions, and build coping skills. In addition to offering individual and couples session, Dr. Gundle facilitates three groups for trauma survivors, empowering them to regain control and move forward with greater confidence into the future.

In addition to her work with trauma survivors, she has expertise in couples work, particularly in break-up therapy. She helps partners go through this difficult process and cope in healthy ways while maintaining respect and appreciation for each other. 

Dr. Gundle has been extensively trained in psychodynamic, CBT, DBT, and interpersonal techniques. She offers both short- and long-term exposure therapy with an emphasis on grounding skills and mindfulness.

Dr. Gundle earned her PsyD from The Wright Institute and has since been highly involved in advocacy work internationally, adding unique depth to her clinical work. Her office is conveniently located a short walk from the 23rd Street subway station.