SUPPORT GROUPS

 

FEMALE SURVIVORS OF SEXUAL TRAUMA

This is a private group for female survivors of sexual trauma. The group is for female adults, ages 21+. This group is designed for adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse or/and sexual trauma in adulthood. The process group meets once per week and consists of psychoeducation, development and maintenance of coping skills, identifying boundaries, navigating interpersonal and professional relationships. Group members will learn skills to help  advocate for needs and develop self-soothing interventions for continued healing after trauma. 

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Finding Yourself After a Breakup/Divorce

A process and psychoeducation group for women seeking a place to make sense of heartbreak and separation. Learn how to reflect and correct chronic fantasizing and glorification and claim YOUR identity. This group is appropriate for females ages 21+ seeking a space for learning, reflection, processing, skill development, and interpersonal growth.

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Ambivalence in Current Partnership

A process and psychoeducation group for women seeking a place to develop insight into the current dynamics of an existing romantic relationship. Examine dysfunction, un-met needs, met needs, and feelings of uncertainty and indecision. An unbiased space to examine your current relationship. This group is appropriate for females ages 25+ seeking a space for learning, reflection, processing, and interpersonal growth.

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Career and Purpose Indecision

This is a psychoeducational group designed for individuals in need of assistance with identifying personal interests, values, and skills in order to transfer into a career path. This group is appropriate for adults, ages 18+ seeking tools and resources for vocational and psychosocial development.

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Women's Trauma Group

COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENTS OF FAMILY MEMBERS

This group is appropriate for adults ages 18+ who are caregivers and or have family members living with Cognitive Impairments that may require accommodations/support. Members will develop an understanding of  the cognitive changes, personal expectations, boundaries, and needs of their loved ones. Attendees will also learn coping tools for managing feelings of confusion, uncertainty, and grief surrounding the changes. This group is a supportive process and psychoeducation group.
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