The Randy Dellosa Growth Groups.
What is a Growth Group?
- Growth Groups are small groups composed of 5-8 participants that meet regularly for the purpose of attaining greater self-discovery, personal growth, and life transformation.
- Growth Groups are highly-interactional and highly-experiential.
- Growth Groups may engage in activities such as psychodrama, body and sensory awareness, art/ sound/ and music therapy, dream work, health work, regressive-cathartic work, and others.
- Growth Groups aim for the growth and maturity of the total person. All aspects of the participants' lives-- the emotional, psychological, cognitive, behavioral, physical, relational, and spiritual aspects are addressed.
- The Growth Group is held in an environment that is supportive, safe, nurturing, and confidential.
Who can benefit from Growth Groups?
People who are:
- Seeking to be more self-confident and satisfied with themselves
- Seeking to break away from the dysfunctional and self-defeating patterns of their lives
- Undergoing life transitions and needing clearer direction for the future
- Seeking emotional, psychological, cognitive, physical, relational, and spiritual integration, and wholeness
- Seeking to relate with others more authentically and harmoniously
- Pursuing a path of self-discovery, personal growth, and life transformation
- Seeking for deeper purpose, meaning, and joy in life
Mechanics for joining an Growth Group:
- A psychological evaluation and one-on-one interview is required for selection of eligible participants.
- Growth group meetings last for 3 hours.
- Each participant must abide by the rules and ethical guidelines of the Growth Group.
- The selected participants will be informed of the schedule for the Growth Group Meetings.
Some Guidelines for the Growth Group:
- Participate actively.
- Express yourself.
- Be honest with everyone, including yourself.
- Stay in touch with your feelings.
- Focus on your experience in the here-and-now.
- Take responsibility for your choices.
- Take risks. Get out of your comfort zone.
- Give feedback and be open to feedback.
- Discover your defenses.
- Grow and expect to become a different person.
- Respect confidentiality.