Feeling together, healing together
a process group for overcoming emotional trauma
This group is for adults who have experienced emotional trauma in one or more of its many forms: emotional neglect, emotional abuse, narcissistic abuse, or manipulation. In the group, we will process these traumatic experiences and learn to feel the many feelings that have been pushed down or ignored as a result of emotional trauma.
Now accepting applications for the Wednesday 6:30pm-7:30pm group starting on January 27, 2021. Apply for your spot today!
Over the course of 16 weeks, group members will learn about emotional trauma, learn the skills to recognize and establish safety within themselves, and build emotional intelligence skills. In addition to gaining these skills, group members will process their experiences and emotions in real-time with the support of the group leader and other members.
This group is a perfect complement for those already in individual therapy.
In addition, it will be a great foundation for those who are beginning their trauma healing journey.
An intake interview is required prior to group admission.
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platform Google Meet
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Kelly Pierce (she/they pronouns) received her Master's in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Northwestern University in 2020. Kelly specializes in helping clients heal from emotional trauma, and she is passionate about teaching others to process their emotional experiences in order to live the meaningful and fulfilling lives they deserve. Her approach incorporates evidence-based research from interpersonal neurobiology, somatic experiencing, emotional intelligence training, and trauma-informed psychodynamic theory. Kelly is proud to be an LGBTQIA+ affirming therapist, and she actively works to create inclusive spaces for all genders and all identities. Kelly provides counseling services at Sage Center Atlanta under the supervision of Pegge Riley, LPC, CPCS and direction of Angela Wacht, LPC.