Welcome! This wonderful, confidential therapy group is facilitated by local clinical psychologist Carla Marie Manly, Ph.D. The group focuses on a variety of important issues such as low self-esteem, anxiety, depression, and isolation. The group provides support and encouragement during life transitions such as divorce, relationship changes, and career changes. We work on setting and achieving personal goals within a positive, meaningful framework. The group provides a safe place for women of all ages to build their confidence, receive feedback, and find inner strength by sharing with other women in a safe and peaceful environment. This group also offers skill-building and strategies to help women cope with life stresses and challenges. This group is limited to 7 members and is ongoing on a weekly basis. The fee is $25.00 per session.
At the start of each group, each member has an opportunity to check in and discuss current challenges and concerns in a supportive and encouraging environment. We address a wide variety of important topics such as anxiety, depression, isolation, relationship concerns, and low self-esteem. Compassionate, therapeutic insights are offered to promote healing, self-awareness, and positive changes. We focus on understanding and utilizing practical strategies to improve self-confidence, coping skills, and interpersonal relationship dynamics.
As we move through various topics, you'll find that your inner awareness and strength grows. You will come away from each session with a better understanding of yourself and how you interact with others. You'll find encouragement in meeting with other women whose life experiences illuminate your own struggles. A sense of vital interconnection develops as you realize that your own insights and experiences also benefit others! The group discussions change as we move forward, and the themes will evolve naturally as life circumstances change.The ultimate goal is to help each woman create the joy-filled, passionate life of her dreams!
Offered by Body-Soul Wellness. Facilitated by Dr. Carla Marie Manly, PSY25539.