Relational approaches stress the idea that in every meeting there are two or more subjective experiences that meet, each with a need for recognition. The application of these approaches to group psychotherapy means that what happens in the session originates from the inner worlds of the participants (group members and therapist), not only from one member's psyche. The group session is a co-created shared experience to which every member (including the therapist) contributes.
Objective 1: Use intersubjectively-informed interventions in groups.
Objective 2: Work with enactments and reparations in group therapy.
Objective 3: Understand the meaning of being relational