Healing Emotional Trauma
An Online Process Group led by Kelly Pierce, APC, NCC
What is emotional trauma?
Emotional trauma refers to the inner distress that occurs as a result of experiencing emotional neglect or emotional abuse.
Experiencing emotional trauma often leads to emotional suppression and/or stunted emotional intelligence. In day-to-day life, this often appears as:
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What do we do in the group?
Throughout the group, we will process traumatic experiences and learn to feel the many feelings that have been pushed down or ignored as a result of emotional trauma.
Over the course of 16 weeks, group members will:
What else do I need to know?
This group is for adults (ages 18+), all genders and identities welcome!
The cost of group is $50 per 60-minute session. We meet weekly for 16 consecutive weeks.
Each group is capped at 4 members total. Participating in a smaller group ensures that you & all other members will have the space for individualized processing every week.
This group is a perfect complement for those already in individual therapy. In fact, it is encouraged (though not required) for group members to also have an individual therapist.
Whether you're just beginning your trauma healing journey or you've been working on your own self-healing for years, this group can help support you in your healing.
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Ok, I'm in! How do I join?
Add your name to the waiting list to get notified when new groups open!
When I open a new group, the waiting list gets first access to book consultations.
A free 20-minute consultation call with group leader, Kelly Pierce, is required before group membership is offered in order to make sure that this group is a good fit for you.
Joining the waiting list does not guarantee group membership.
About the group leader
Kelly Pierce (she/they pronouns) received her Master's in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Northwestern University. 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 under the supervision of Pegge Riley, LPC, CPCS and direction of Angela Wacht, LPC.