If you like guided meditations, experiential exercises, and connecting with your creativity, you’ll like my groups.
Groups are a wonderful place to explore healing and develop skills.
Interacting with others who are on the same journey of self-discovery can be super supportive.
It’s like having your accountability tribe.
In the time of COVID, attending a group is online.
Requirements for attending are a little different.
Attending a group online requires headphones and a good Internet connection.
Plus, you must gather your supplies during any experiential exercises – such as art supplies, music player, etc.
Bring yourself, sit down, get comfy, and let’s support and receive support from other women.
We create a safe place together as we light a candle and settle into our breath. While creating a shared breath, a shared sense of space, and a shared safe setting, we gain awareness of our bodies and thoughts, our inner worlds.
You can go as deep as you feel comfortable. There are no expectations or requirements; this is a shelter for you.
Imagine a circle of women who come together to uplift, encourage, and support each other. We do this each week, each time we meet
I love facilitating groups. It is deeply satisfying to help each woman feel heard in a broader context than in individual therapy.
Groups are a fantastic way to supplement individual therapy.
Participating in a group with other women who are also on a healing journey into authenticity, personal meaning, and truth brings awareness you may never have thought of on your own.
Group counseling provides an opportunity to experience a connection with others.
Making a connection in a protected atmosphere builds your capacity to connect with your inner truth and your sense of agency of being empowered and strong.
The group is a space to practice speaking authentically and gaining the skills to be vulnerable, which is the cornerstone of courage and being in your superpower!
Erica Randolph MA LPCC