Come be supported by peers who get what it’s like to try to connect with people while experiencing social anxiety and navigating the isolation of rural life.
Learn and share resources, ideas, and skills to feel better and be more connected.
The group will incorporate concrete skills and practices to support mental health and well-being. The philosophy of “each one, teach one” will be used to collaboratively pool the skills and lived experiences of the group to increase everyone’s mental health care toolbox.
Riversage office in Durango
100 Jenkins Ranch Rd, Suite E1
(participants must be vaccinated and masked)
or option to Zoom in.
Wednesdays at 1pm-2:30pm
October 13th, 20th, November 3rd, 10th, 24th, and December 1st
6-groups for $150
(This is $25 per group and a commitment to the 6-weeks is required to reserve your spot and to support connection in the group)
Insurance accepted and sliding scale available
Group facilitated by Mia Carrasco-Songer, Masters of Social Work Intern and
Lauren Glass, LPCC, NCC