Therapeutic Groups

Jubilee Counseling and Wellness offers therapeutic groups to help facilitate deepening your connection with self and others.

Therapeutic Groups

“This liberated me to express my playful side and I didn’t care as much about keeping things under control internally and externally with my children.”
– Caregiver and Child Group Participant

“I was no longer in mom mode …
and that allowed me to be myself.”
– Caregiver Group Participant

“It made me question why I don’t play more often because when I play, I don’t care about getting things wrong and I don’t worry as much.”
– Caregiver and Child Group Participant

“I struggle with forgetting I’m in there. I think a lot of moms do. That day definitely helped restore something in me.”
– Caregiver Group Participant

“Meeting to play broke down barriers…Walls came down, conversation came organically, everyone was included, and people naturally worked together…”
– Healer Group Participant

“I left the experience feeling lighter,
as well as more joyful and more grateful!”
– Caregiver Group Participant

Jubilee Counseling and Wellness offers therapeutic group activities for caregivers, caregivers and children, and healers.

For caregivers

Often when we take responsibility for the care of someone else, we can neglect our own needs. It can feel isolating and disempowering. These play- and art-based groups are designed to help you reconnect with yourself and the parts of yourself that have been pushed to the side.  The group setting offers a space to connect with other people who may have similar experiences as you to provide opportunities for you to offer and receive support.

Who is considered a caregiver?

If you are responsible for the health and well-being of another person, this service may be for you.  A caregiver may be a parent/grandparent/other relative in active custody of a child, an adult child caring for an aging/sick/disabled parent, childcare or adultcare providers, or otherwise similar roles.

If you have questions about this service, contact me for more information.

For caregivers and children

Part of caring for children is creating and maintaining a strong connection.  Sometimes the work of caring for children and the pressure of appearing to be a good caregiver can take away from the fun of just being with children.  These play- and art-based groups are designed to strengthen the connection between a caregiver and child in a low-pressure environment while moving and creating.  The group setting allows caregivers and children to connect with others as well.

Who is considered a caregiver?

A caregiver may be a parent/grandparent/other relative in regular contact and care of, or in active custody of, a child.

If you have questions about this service, contact me for more information.

For healers

In holding space for others and meeting our regular life responsibilities, sometimes we have to be intentional about nourishing ourselves.  These groups provide space for healing professionals to care for themselves through movement, creating and rest.  The group setting also allows for connection with other healers in a non-professional setting.

Who is considered a healer?

If you are providing healing space in mental or physical healthcare, this group may be for you.  Healers may include mental health providers, nurses, physicians, massage therapists, or similar roles.

If you have questions about this service, contact me for more information.

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