Your Support Groups
Divorce Support Group
"Before you build the life you want, you have to come to terms with the life you had before. "
Grief Support Group
"Grief is like the ocean; it comes in waves, ebbing and flowing. All we can do is learn to swim."
Anxiety & Depression Support Group
"I am exhausted from trying to be stronger than I feel."
Complicated Relationships Support Group
"Sometimes two people have to fall apart to realize how much they need to fall back together"
Burnout Support Group
"Never be afraid to fall apart because it is an opportunity to rebuild yourself the way you wish you had been all along"
Single Parent Support Group
"I was not prepared to live as a single parent."
Eating Disorders Support Group
"To lose confidence in one's body is to lose confidence in oneself."
"You are not broken. You are breaking through. "
During our meetings we provide handouts and useful tools.
You only bring your concerns, questions, open minds and warm hearts!
Group counseling or personal counseling: What's best for me?
Personal and Group Counseling are two not contradictory, but two complementary types of counseling.
Through the individual sessions, you can find out more about yourself, about the patterns that you follow, about your past, and go deep into your self-awareness.
On the other side, through group counseling you see the reflection of you on others; it's more about discovering yourself through others, sharing and building trust again in human relations; defeating loneliness through connecting with people who truly understand you and don't judge you, with people that share the same needs and experiences with you.
You can start with personal sessions, and when you create a more concrete foundation in your self-exploration, you can move to the group.
Or you can alternate between personal and group sessions (one week personal, one week group session).
Or you can start with only group counseling, and then see how you feel about the next step.
It all depends on your personal needs. And budget, of course.