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Women’s Psychotherapy Group

July 23 @ 10:00 am-11:20 am

Women’s Psychotherapy Group is a transformative skills and process group that is influenced by Seeking Safety principles, a present-focused counseling model to help individuals attain safety from trauma and/ or substance abuse. The group provides a safe, non-judgmental place where women can explore women’s issues, develop greater self-awareness, and explore such topics as setting boundaries in relationships, asking for help, trauma, taking good care of oneself, detaching from emotional pain, mindfulness, and developing self-compassion.

Skills Practice

  • Developing greater self-awareness and mindfulness
  • Setting boundaries in relationships
  • Asking for help
  • Taking good care of oneself
  • Detaching from emotional pain
  • Developing self-compassion

Facilitated by: Amelia Howard-Smith, LMFT

Details

Date:
July 23
Time:
10:00 am-11:20 am
Series:
Event Category:

Venue

Virtual Group Therapy
United States
Phone
(415) 945-9870

Women’s Psychotherapy Group is a transformative skills and process group that is influenced by Seeking Safety principles, a present-focused counseling model to help individuals attain safety from trauma and/ or substance abuse. The group provides a safe, non-judgmental place where women can explore women’s issues, develop greater self-awareness, and explore such topics as setting boundaries in relationships, asking for help, trauma, taking good care of oneself, detaching from emotional pain, mindfulness, and developing self-compassion.

Skills Practice

  • Developing greater self-awareness and mindfulness
  • Setting boundaries in relationships
  • Asking for help
  • Taking good care of oneself
  • Detaching from emotional pain
  • Developing self-compassion

Facilitated by: Amelia Howard-Smith, LMFT

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Women’s Psychotherapy Group

July 23 @ 10:00 am-11:20 am

Women’s Psychotherapy Group is a transformative skills and process group that is influenced by Seeking Safety principles, a present-focused counseling model to help individuals attain safety from trauma and/ or substance abuse. The group provides a safe, non-judgmental place where women can explore women’s issues, develop greater self-awareness, and explore such topics as setting boundaries in relationships, asking for help, trauma, taking good care of oneself, detaching from emotional pain, mindfulness, and developing self-compassion.

Skills Practice

  • Developing greater self-awareness and mindfulness
  • Setting boundaries in relationships
  • Asking for help
  • Taking good care of oneself
  • Detaching from emotional pain
  • Developing self-compassion

Facilitated by: Amelia Howard-Smith, LMFT

Details

Date:
July 23
Time:
10:00 am-11:20 am
Series:
Event Category:

Venue

Virtual Group Therapy
United States
Phone
(415) 945-9870

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