What we're about

Welcome to “the Therapists That Wine” Meetup Platform – Idea-hub and Community of Sound Mental Health Professionals…

Catch FUN, Get Connected and Grow Your Practice for FREE!

Mental Health Profession is a sweet profession; it’s the only profession that gives you the inner fulfilment and joy as you practice it. As a therapist, connecting with people becomes very natural, understanding how people interact and behave, and helping them come through stress, anxiety, depression, relationships and more, gives you the inner sense of fulfilment nothing else can give.

Therapists That Wine is specially designed for Therapists (MFT's, LCSWs, Interns/Associates, Psychologists) who offer supports, resources, and networking opportunities. In this group, we usually have periodic group FUN events often hosted at a restaurant or a wine bar; this is to create the enabling and informal environment where you will be able to meet other fellow professionals currently working in the mental health field, catch fun together, exchange pleasantries, get connected and grow.

With Therapists That Wine group, you will build a formidable connection and networks which will help you grow your practice faster and better.

As Therapists, we wear various hats while building/maintaining a private practice. It’s usually not easy setting up, marketing, growing and building a thriving private therapy practice, but with Therapists That Wine these hats become lighter, as members will share their simple tweak, highly usable, practical and regularly updated content they used in growing their thriving private practices.

I so much believe you have come to the right place where we will build, grow and become successful together!

“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much”

Past events (33)

Therapists that Brew!

Stone Brewing World Bistro & Gardens – Liberty Station

The Neurobiology of Trauma: What To Do When You Are Stuck

Marina Village Conference Center

Everything You need to know about Taxes

The Rose Wine Bar

Eating Disorders and Their Treatment

Harding Community Center

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