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Support Groups


Finding a good support group is a great way to become more focused and centered as the amount of quality support you have in your life greatly affects your balance and happiness. Support groups are an inexpensive way of making more connections and learning; also a great way to work on becoming your best self, getting some relief from feeling disconnected, and the symptoms this bring ~ and yet much less expensive than individual therapy.


Here are some of the support groups I'm currently offering. Feel free to call me if you have any questions about them!


Group's offered:


Women's Support Group

Parkway Center, 2345 S. Huron Parkway, Ann Arbor, Michigan

First Sunday at 12pm - 1:30pm

$20+ per session

Support group for Women wanting a safe place to share around issues of loss/grief, relationships, life changes and transitions. We use psycho-educational material at times to offer valuable relevant information and to enrich the discussion.



Self Esteem: A Family Affair

Parkway Center, 2345 S. Huron Parkway, Ann Arbor, Michigan

Second Sunday at 12pm - 1:30pm

$20+ per session

Using easily accessible material from the book Self Esteem: A Family Affair, we will look at messages we got growing up; and affirmations we are missing as well as how to give and receive them for ourselves and in nurturing other family members. We’ll use psycho-educational material at times for valuable information and to enrich the

discussion.


Intimacy ~ ‘Stage 2’ Relationships

The Parkway Center, 2345 S. Huron Parkway, Ann Arbor, Michigan

Third Sunday at 12 pm - 1:30pm

$20+ per session

Anger signals us about unmet needs, limits and boundaries and helps us "find our voice" with the people who matter the most.

It informs us when we need to "set things right" and shows us where we have painful disconnections.

Using material excerpted from the books The Dance of Anger, and the Dance of Intimacy: ‘Courageous acts of change in Key relationships’, we'll look at what we want in our relationships, the process of changing our patterns in relationships, what anger represents and how we expand our relationships to allow for more movement and fulfillment. We will use psycho-educational material at times to enrich the discussion.



Re-establishing Nature Connection to De-stress:

The Parkway Center, 2345 S. Huron Parkway, Ann Arbor, Michigan

Fourth Sunday at 12 pm - 1:30pm

$20+ per session


"Interaction with Nature is critically important to human well-being and development, but sadly has become compromised and diminished in modern times. Through deliberate design, this connection can be repaired and restored." Kellert


Modern life has truly disconnected many of us from Nature. So it makes sense that from 75 to 90% of all doctor's visits are physical illnesses related to stress and that the number of stress-related disability claims by American employees has doubled. We’ll learn how to be more aware of our relationship with Nature, and explore the use of some simple tools for consciously making use of that connection to de-stress and increase our sense of well being.

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