You don’t have to put yourself last to be there for others.
As women, we often have to navigate balancing multiple life roles, high-stress situations, and being the primary source of support—or glue—for others in our lives.
This can leave us feeling depleted, lonely, or wondering how to create a balanced life with meaningful and supportive relationships.
Sometimes, it can be hard in the day-to-day of life to take time to reflect on our situation, what we need, and how to achieve the full life we want.
Getting support and tools in a therapy group for women who are going through similar experiences and emotions can help you reconnect with yourself and your life.
Our supportive online women’s therapy group helps you focus on you so you can thrive and feel more complete.
Reconnecting with yourself and your needs is a powerful step toward building the life and relationships you want.
When you acknowledge, understand, and pay attention to your needs, you can free yourself to be more present in your life and relationships. You can create boundaries that help you balance your life’s demands, so you can be there for others while also thriving.
Our group therapists create a safe, nurturing, judgment-free environment for women of all backgrounds where you can:
- Reset and explore your story
- Learn coping and self-care strategies for your daily life
- Build connections and be a part of a supportive community of like-minded women
Heart-centered group therapy that helps you move forward.
Our six-week, closed therapy groups focus on helping you:
- Develop self-care and mindfulness skills you can use every day
- Gain insights and tools for creating more meaningful relationships with others and yourself
- Manage stress at work, at home, or in relationships
- Develop skills for setting boundaries
- Build or enhance your communication skills
- Work through relationship hurts
- Gain support, understanding, and connections with other women in the group
Our therapists incorporate various evidence-based therapeutic approaches, including:
- Mindfulness practices
- Emotionally Focused Therapy
- Attachment Theory
- Narrative Therapy
How each 90-minute session flows:
Each session will open with a mindfulness practice or exercise to help you and the group focus and reset.
Then, the group therapist will lead the discussion so the group can thoughtfully explore the session’s topic.
Additionally, there will be time to share your thoughts and feelings, gain insights and support from the group, and provide your feedback to others.
Schedule for our next Women’s Therapy Group:
Group Sessions Start
90 minutes per week for six weeks
Virtually on Wednesdays at TIME
4 to 8 women
Pay in Full: $250 for all 6 sessions
Installment Plan: $50 per session (total of 6 payments for $300 total)
Make time for yourself so you can create the relationships and life balance you want.
Contact us today to join one of our online groups for women. We currently offer online groups for women living in Georgia, California, Texas, and Florida.
Frequently Asked Questions
How often does the group meet?
How long is each session?
Who is the Women’s Therapy Group for?
People are feeling motivated and open to personal growth, learning new skills, and sharing their feelings and experiences will get the most out of this group.
What is a closed group?
An open group has ongoing enrollment. So even after the group therapy starts, new members can be added at any time. Open groups sometimes don’t have a specific end.
Once a closed group forms, no new members are added to the group. Often, closed groups run a specific amount of time.
Our Women’s Therapy Group is a closed group to help members build a strong sense of community from the start and experience each step of the process together.
What is the difference between group therapy and individual therapy?
Individual therapy is also a powerful tool that allows you to work one-on-one with a therapist. Each session is focused solely on you and your therapy goals.
People benefit from both group and individual therapy. Some people prefer one approach while others benefit from attending both.
Can I participate in the Women’s Therapy Group if I’m already in individual therapy?
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