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60 min. session

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Description: This is an online, open support group for women who struggle with burnout.

In this collaborative environment, members will bond over shared experiences, gain insights, and work together toward personal growth and healing. As part of the group, you will learn to: recognize, process, and validate your feelings and experiences; manage stressors by setting realistic expectations; challenge, reframe, and replace self-talk that induces anxiety, pressure, or people-pleasing; recognize and communicate your needs effectively to establish helpful boundaries in relationships; and enhance your self-care to create a life balance that prioritizes you!



60 min. session

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Description: This online group for adults runs for 6 to 8 sessions and will occur bi-weekly on Wednesdays.


Creating and maintaining healthy boundaries in relationships requires intentional effort, personal awareness of relationship expectations, and effective communication skills. Here are the key principles and practices group members will learn to foster healthy relationships:

  • Communication Skills: Recognize and clearly communicate your thoughts, feelings, and needs. Practice attentive and active listening to understand the other person's perspective. Provide constructive feedback, focusing on specific behaviors or actions rather than making global judgments.

  • Building Trust: Build and maintain trust through consistent, vulnerable, and honest communication. Be transparent and address issues openly by acknowledging what you need, while respecting the needs of others.

  • Compassion: Practice self-compassion by recognizing and understanding your feelings and thoughts. Then, express empathy by trying to understand and hold space for the feelings of others. 

  • Conflict Resolution: Approach conflicts with a constructive mindset. Focus on finding solutions rather than placing blame. Use "I" statements to express how you feel and what you need, and be open to compromise.

  • Quality Time: Intentionally engage in activities that bring joy and strengthen your relationships. Be present and fully engaged during shared moments, minimizing distractions.

  • Personal Values and Goals: Identify your values, goals, and priorities so you can share them with others. Aligning these aspects can provide a foundation for a strong and enduring connection. 

  • Setting Boundaries: Establish and communicate personal boundaries. Respect the boundaries of others and be mindful of the need for balance between independence and interdependence.Clearly express your limits and expectations, and be receptive to others' boundaries.


Next Book: "How to Know a Person: The art of seeing others deeply and being deeply seen " by David Brooks

Date/Time: TBD

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Description: This online group for adults runs for 6 to 8 sessions and will occur bi-weekly.

This book club combines the benefits of reading with the supportive and therapeutic aspects of a group setting. Here are some advantages of participating in a therapeutic book club: 

  • Clinical Insight: As a licensed practitioner, I actively collaborate with group members by using various therapeutic techniques and approaches to promote self-discovery and personal growth through reading. Therapeutic interventions are often tailored to facilitate and deepen the insight of group members. Clinical insight, a valuable component of any therapy, refers to my expertise and deep understanding of psychological issues, emotional experiences, and patterns of behavior that contribute to the therapeutic process. It involves gaining clarity, self-awareness, and a more profound understanding of one's thoughts, emotions, and behaviors.

  • Social Connection: Joining a book club provides an opportunity to connect with others who share similar interests. This social connection can help reduce feelings of isolation and promote a sense of belonging.

  • Emotional Support: The group setting offers a supportive environment where members can discuss emotions and reactions evoked by the books. Sharing personal experiences related to the readings can foster emotional support.

  • Enhanced Empathy: Discussing characters' experiences and emotions in books can enhance empathy as members gain insights into different perspectives and life situations.

  • Stress Reduction: Engaging in a book club can be a relaxing and enjoyable activity, providing a break from daily stressors. Reading and discussing books can be a form of stress relief.

  • Cognitive Stimulation: Reading stimulates cognitive functioning, and discussing books challenges members to think critically and engage in thoughtful conversations. This cognitive stimulation can be beneficial for mental well-being.

  • Therapeutic Themes: Selecting books with therapeutic themes or content can provide opportunities for members to explore personal growth, resilience, and coping strategies through literature.

  • Increased Self-Awareness: Reflecting on characters' experiences and discussing personal connections to the material can contribute to increased self-awareness. Members may gain insights into their own values, beliefs, and behaviors.

  • Shared Learning: Book clubs facilitate shared learning experiences. Members can bring diverse perspectives and knowledge to discussions, creating a rich learning environment.

  • Positive Peer Modeling: Observing how others handle emotional challenges, cope with stressors, or navigate life situations in the context of book discussions can serve as positive peer modeling.

  • Sense of Accomplishment: Completing a book and actively participating in discussions can provide a sense of accomplishment. This achievement can positively impact self-esteem and motivation.

  • Fostering Communication Skills: Engaging in group discussions enhances communication skills. Members have opportunities to express their thoughts, listen actively, and engage in constructive conversations.

Group therapy offers various benefits and can be an effective form of psychological treatment. Here are some key advantages:

  • Increased Encouragement: Witnessing the progress of fellow group members can inspire motivation and a sense of hope. Positive peer modeling can be a powerful motivator for personal change.

  • Experiential Learning: Group therapy provides opportunities for refining skills in a social environment. Through interaction with others, individuals can practice new coping strategies, communication skills, and ways of relating to others.

  • Emotional Expression: Groups provide a safe space for emotional expression. Participants can share their feelings openly and receive support and understanding from others who may have similar emotional experiences.

  • Group Cohesion: As group members develop trust and cohesion, the group itself becomes a therapeutic resource. The sense of belonging and shared commitment to growth can be powerful contributors to positive outcomes.

  • Reality Testing: Group therapy offers a context for reality testing, where individuals can receive feedback on their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. This can help challenge distorted perceptions and promote more accurate self-awareness.

  • Social Support: Group therapy provides a supportive and empathetic environment where individuals can connect with others facing similar challenges. This sense of community can alleviate feelings of isolation.

  • Diverse Perspectives: Groups consist of individuals with diverse backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives. This diversity allows participants to gain insights from different viewpoints, fostering personal growth and understanding.

  • Normalization: Hearing others share similar struggles and experiences helps normalize one's own feelings and challenges. Recognizing commonalities can reduce shame and self-blame.

  • Feedback and Validation: Group members offer feedback and validation, providing alternative perspectives on personal issues. This can enhance self-awareness and promote a more balanced view of oneself.

  • Interpersonal Skills: Group therapy offers a real-life setting to practice and improve interpersonal skills. Participants can receive feedback on their communication and relationship patterns.

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