The SisterWell Circle: Mindfulness and Counseling Group for Women
The SisterWell Circle is a mindfulness-based and trauma-informed counseling & wellness group for women who want more support and connection as they navigate the ebbs and flows of life. The SisterWell Circle is open to women of all walks and ways of life, who are interested in asking deeper questions and who are open to their own deeper answers. The SWC is a 4 month committed group consisting of 10 group sessions, a five hour mini retreat, 1 personal session, weekly email check-ins (as desired and needed), two phone check-ins of up to 15 minutes each, and between-session practice/writing/exploration prompts. We will meet every other week for 2.5 hours, via Zoom.
It is ideal for any woman who wants support in the following areas of her life:
-addressing health and wellness issues
-managing stress, anxiety, depression
-learning to set healthy boundaries
-navigating life transitions, facing uncertainty
-experiencing isolation and aloneness
-processing grief and loss
Each SisterWell Circle will include/provide:
-experiential mindfulness practice
-practices to regulate the nervous system and build resilience
-practices to cultivate emotion regulation
-group process and sharing
-creative practices such as movement, writing or drawing
-Every other Thursday* evening 6-8:30 PST, plus one Saturday 10am-3pm... October 14th-Feb 24th
-10 sessions including 5-hour mini retreat
-One individual Session
-Open to 10 participants
-Once you have completed the registration form below you will receive an email from my client portal (via Simple Practice) with the participant intake questionnaire.
**In consideration of the many people experiencing financial hardship due to Covid, or other issues related to social and economic injustice, I am offering a few sliding scale spots for women who demonstrate need. Please inquire for more information. Also, for those with financial abundance, please consider making a donation to support someone who may not even be able to pay the lowest end of the sliding scale.