Enrollment is ongoing, but limited to Seven (7) Participants.
We meet every other Thursday, from 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM.
An 8-week commitment is required.
The cost is $50/person/session to be paid in-full, prior to the first meeting unless arrangements are made in advance.
Receipts are gladly given for insurance and/or HSA or FSA reimbursements.
Location: 155A Kentucky Street, Suite No. 6, Petaluma, CA 94952
To schedule your no cost pre group interview please email ProgramAssistantTheresa@gmail.com
A support group for men and women going through divorce, separation, and relationship transition.
In a safe and supportive environment, group members will share in the profound process of major emotional, mental, familial and financial changes that can be brought on by a divorce or separation. Topics include addressing feelings of loss, anxiety, depression, guilt, hurt, anger, sorrow and many other feelings often cracked open when such monumental shifts happen.
The intention of this group is to provide support and empowerment for divorcing or separating men and women. This process can be profoundly challenging and evoke every tendril of loss, separation, frustration, sadness, discontentment, betrayal, and identity issues that lay dormant within us and unresolved. The power of every separation and divorce holds within its journey the ability to launch us directly into the heart of these issues, confronting us to open to them, work through them and ultimately feel triumphant as we reclaim our lives, solidarity, and a deepened, mature, and compassionately evolved new sense of self identity, relationship, and fulfillment.
This ongoing weekly support group provides a safe environment to embark on this powerful transformative journey; to share stories of loss, sadness, and non-fulfillment from each participant’s unique perspective; and to learn about unconscious and unwanted patterns and behaviors. We will use interpersonal and group processes to begin to heal the split between the projected desire of the relationship and the reality of the relationship. We will recover the lost or disowned pieces of self so that group members can heal and develop a sense of wholeness and self-worth.
We will also look at the culture’s relationship to loss and endings; the impact of the transition on family and children and ways to address issues that may arise; fears of and longings-for new relationships; loneliness and abandonment issues.