Mindfully Healing is hosting a new divorce support group. The details are as follows:
Support group to deal with the breakup crisis. This group provides support and resources for men and women facing divorce problems. The aim is to help the participants in their transition to the next phase of life.
From Monday, November 16, 2020, 9 a.m. Mondays weekly from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m.
4154 Shoreline Drive, Suite 202
Spring Park, MN 55384
Mitchell Olson, MA LPCC – Licensed Consultant
Activities include lessons that focus on learning / practicing skills to communicate more effectively, build stronger relationships, and increase self-confidence
When you are divorced or considering divorce, especially if you have children, it can cause tremendous anxiety, grief, and depression. It can affect you mentally, socially, economically, and in many other ways. This group is specifically aimed at men and women who are in the process of divorce and want to rebuild with the support of others. Divorce affects us physically, financially, and spiritually, and is worse when you feel alone. This group provides an opportunity to share your experiences, receive support, and acquire tools to begin your new life path. This is a confidential clinical support group supported by a licensed therapist. Each member must sign a confidentiality agreement and join the group in a timely manner.
Open to the public at a low cost ($ 15 / session), RSVP by sending “Divorce Assistance” to 612-562-9880 or the URL https://divorce-support-mn.eventbrite.com
A face mask is required. Participants must be 6 feet away from each other with no contact.
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