Sometimes we heal best in community. While individual therapy is important for self-discovery, group therapy and workshops allow participants to support each other and learn from one another’s experiences. Working through our challenges with others helps us understand that we are not alone in our struggle. I offer group therapy on various topics with which I have extensive experience, both personal and professional.

  • Depression Anxiety Busting Bootcamp For Women - DABBCamp
    DABBCamp is a support group for women struggling with chronic or acute depression, anxiety, or both. This group is innovative in that we incorporate  the best parts of talk therapy with movement and breathing practices. Read more
  • Thrivers
    Thrivers is a support group for those dealing with trauma. The group centers on finding and nurturing the part deep inside all of us that's never been harmed by the trauma - the part that is perfect, whole and complete. Read more
  • BodyEmbody
    BodyEmbody is a support group for women who struggle with body image and self-love.  We use EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) and other MindBody techniques to work through negative self talk and gripping self hate of our physical forms and our outward expression.  We look at our relationship to food, sex and pleasure in our bodies.  We develop more self love and body love. Read more  
  • Me First Moms
    Me First Moms is a support group for mothers who have struggled with consistent self-care. In this group we commit to putting ourselves first, recognizing that it is crucial not only to our role as mothers but also to our fulfillment and growth as individuals. Read more
  • Empty Nest / Full Best Moms
    Empty Nest / Full Best Moms Support Group is for moms who are coming of age.  We find our own voice, identity, and empowerment separate from our kids.  As we launch our kids, we launch ourselves into our new found identity, instead of slumping into depression, isolation, shame and doubt.  Read more
  • Girls Got the Goods Empowered sex ed for girls ages 14-18, their allies -- both boys and parents/guardians. Read more