Connected explores themes around loneliness. It is for those who feel they lost connection with the world around them, with others or simply with themselves. Connected is a space for you to look at what feelings come up when you feel lonely and isolated and share it with a group of peers who are going through similar struggles. 

How does it work?

The group meets once a week for 90 minutes on Zoom (see dates below). There will be 12 sessions comprising of 6 to 10 participants and 2 therapists.


This is a process group, which means it is intentionally unstructured to give the opportunity to all participants to feel free to explore what feels current to them. 


The full cost is £250, it includes 12 group sessions and two 30-minute one-to-one sessions with one of the therapists, one before the therapy starts and one after session 6 to check in with you how you are finding the group. 


At the time of registering, you are asked to pay a deposit of £150. The remaining of the fees can be paid in two instalments, one by 1st February and one by 1st March. There is a possibility to make one full payment as well.


One-to-one first appointment (30 minutes) on week beginning 30th December 2020

(1) Friday 11th December

(2) Friday 18th December

(3) Wednesday 23rd December


Close from 24th December 2020 to 3rd January 2021


(4) Friday 8th January

(5) Friday 15th January

(6) Friday 22nd January 


w/b 25th January, one-to-one sessions


(7) Friday 5th February

(8) Friday 12th February

(9) Friday 19th February

(10) Friday 26th February

(11) Friday 5th March

(12) Friday 12th March

Group facilitators

 Francesca is a Glasgow-based person-centred counsellor. She has experience of working with people affected by their own or somebody else’s substance use, within the community and prison settings. At present, she volunteers for an association that supports people who hear voices and she works privately indoors, outdoors and online.

Senga is a person-centred counsellor with experience in working within the following areas: bereavement, young people, chronic pain and neurodiversity, in particular ADHD and Dyslexia. She also has developed an interest in working in the Employment Assistance Programme.



If you would like to know more or to register, please contact Francesca at

We offer a 15-minute phone call free of charge to discuss whether this group feels right for you.