12 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Contact Jackie at firstname.lastname@example.org or
805-766-4585 to register.
This is an ongoing closed group. New members are asked to commit to an initial 8-weeks, prepaid upfront at $30 per session ($240.00 upfront).
Returning members are billed monthly ($30 per session: $120 per month)
Openings will be posted only when current members exit.
The group is limited to 5 members. Meetings will be held via Secure Video (Zoom), a HIPAA-compliant platform.
**Waiting List Available for Wednesday Group**
For mental health professionals who are experiencing grief and loss at this time...
Join us in a safe and supportive space where you can gather with colleagues to release, reflect, and rejuvenate, both personally and professionally, in these intense and uncertain times. Associates and trainees are welcome!
Our groups include MFT therapists, psychotherapists, social workers, MFT associates and trainees, those in spiritual roles, psychiatrists and MDs, coaches, and others who provide emotional support to clients, students, or members of their community.
These are unprecedented times that are punctuated by many emotions for us all. Notably, there are particularly potent threads of grief and loss running through our current emotional landscape. Not only are we already grieving myriad losses in these present times, we are also anticipating additional losses that may seem unthinkable.
As therapists, we are on the frontlines of helping our clients navigate through the choppy seas of this pandemic as well as the waves of the refreshed anti-racism movement in our country. We are witnessing the growing momentum of grief and loss in our clinical work, which we also may be experiencing in our personal lives. How do we manage our own feelings of grief and loss so that we can be ready and prepared to companion our clients with containing and moving through the voluminous grief and loss that is on the horizon?
This group provides a safe, supportive, and nonjudgmental space for therapists to share their personal experiences with grief and loss. Having a dedicated and intentional space for therapists to process these feelings together can help us manage our “container” to better equip us to guide clients through their own grief and loss experiences.
The group will also offer an opportunity to share psychoeducation and tools on managing both general and various forms of grief and loss that may be triggered during this pandemic, including: complicated grief, anticipatory grief, disenfranchised grief, and traumatic loss.