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Many people enjoy reading and discussing books, but what if you could read a provocative, enlightening, even life changing book, then discuss it with people of similar interests and life situations in a combination support/psychotherapy group facilitated by a psychotherapist?
So many profound books have been written that help us understand trauma, loss, conflict, shame, and other issues that often compromise quality of life and mental health, but finding those books can be almost by chance, and with whom can you discuss them? In this “psychotherapy book club” we read books purposely curated for their insights, and in particular, tools for addressing the challenges so many of us face. The facilitated group is both enjoyable and therapeutic—a safe place to open up with others experiencing similar issues in the context of high-quality fiction and non-fiction literature.
Depending on the book, the sessions focus on:
- Grief and loss
- Other issues related to mental health and wellness
In order to join the group, you will need to fill out a brief, confidential intake form. Also, there is a small $20 per session fee ($40 per month) as the group is facilitated by a supervised therapist.
Groups will typically meet every other Sunday at 6 pm Eastern Time.
For more information contact the facilitator at email@example.com or (719) 781-6349