Available Support Groups Erie CO
At this time, there are no current groups being held. If you are interested in joining future groups in 2021, please fill out a contact form and express your interest to be notified about upcoming group opportunities.
Body Image Group – Currently unavailable
It can be easy to explore the neck up. Join this 4-week group to go deeper by exploring and working on body image from the neck down. This is weekly group is for women (18+) who are looking for community, support and a safe space to work through these struggles. Group will meet for 1.5 hours each week on a designated day. Space is limited and REGISTRATION CLOSES when groups reaches capacity.
Reserve your spot: Contact Form or Call directly at (720)306-1631
What Are Mental Health Support Groups?
In facilitated support groups, the group is created from survivors of different events. Group members in this setting share their personal experiences and can provide support to others going through the same life struggles. A facilitator in this setting helps direct the group and encourages the group members to lean on each other for support and encouragement.
At this time, I am looking at the needs of my community and will be organizing an upcoming support group to fit those needs. If you are interested in finding out more or have a specific request for a support group (eating disorders, body image, compulsive exercise, trauma survivors, etc.), please reach out to me directly at 720-306-1631.
Getting Started With Therapy
If you need support, I’m here. Call 720-306-1631 to set up your free 30 minute consultation where we can check in with what’s present for you and you may ask me any questions you may have. It also gives us a chance to see if we’d be a good fit. Or you may also use the contact form on the contact page. Feel free to reach out however it is most comfortable for you.
“Fire can warm or consume, water can quench or drown, wind can caress or cut. And so it is with human relationships: we can both create and destroy, nurture and terrorize, traumatize and heal each other.”
~Bruce D. Perry