Current NCC Groups
Intern/Trainee Therapy Group
The Postmodern Therapy Group provides a collaborative therapeutic community for interns and trainees interested in postmodern and narrative practices. Located at the Narrative Counseling Center, the POMO group meets Thursdays from 7 to 8:30 pm and engages conversations that support interns’ and trainees’ unique experiences, both personally and professionally. It is a space for collaborative connection and sharing in a supportive, postmodern setting. This group is limited to 6 participants.
The POMO Group fulfills the BBS requirement of personal psychotherapy hours for graduate students in clinical psychology programs.
For more information, please contact Charley Lang, MFT email@example.com.
Body Positivity: Claiming Acceptance & Respect For Our Bodies
A therapeutic group aimed at discovering new ways of relating to our bodies. Examine the effects of body shame and break free of physical expectations around identified gender, ethnicity, age, body size, and ability. Connect with others and collaborate to create an affirming approach to beauty and identity.
Limited to 6 participants.
For more information, please contact Myra Stevenson (323) 450-0991 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Let’s Talk About Sex: An Open & Affirming Women’s Sexual Empowerment Group
This group will provide a fun, safe, and brave place that women will be able to deconstruct cultural opinions about sex, love, intimacy, and femininity. We will discuss our own sexual desires, finding our voice with our partners and having conversations to develop more of a compassionate and radical acceptance of our bodies. Let us name the forces that inhibit us from living our fullest sexual lives.
The group is open to all female identified individuals regardless of where you fall on the sexuality spectrum.
For more information, please contact Barbara Herring (424) 291-2562 or email@example.com.