You’re invited to take part in Thrive’s therapy community through attending a book club that will provide a structured, relational space to learn educational content and integrate it into your life through interactive discussion with others.
“Come As You Are” Group
*women only at this time.
Starting April 13th; E/O Thursday 5-6:30pm for 10 meetings
$500 total or BCBS insurance accepted
This group is about understanding the science and psychology of sexual desire for women. This group will use Emily Nagoski’s New York Times Best Seller “Come As You Are” as an educational guide to understanding the roles of stress, mood, trust, and body image within sexuality.
Benefits of attending:
-increase knowledge of the anatomy, physiology, and psychology related to sexual arousal and desire
-decrease fear and shame around the ability to embody your own sexuality
-develop/foster a safe and connected relationship to your own body, needs, and desires
-improve communication skills for expressing needs, desires, and boundaries relating to sexual desire
This group is facilitated by trauma therapist, Lauren Mokarry, LPC, and will be led from a trauma-informed perspective.
*Those who have experienced sexual trauma are welcome and encouraged to attend. Those who have not experienced sexual trauma are welcome and encouraged to attend. Education about the impacts of trauma on sexuality and ways to reclaim a safe connection to the body/sexual desire will be discussed, but personal trauma narratives will not be explicitly shared within this group.
For questions or to register, email firstname.lastname@example.org
C O M I N G S O O N
Perhaps you think the idea of joining a group sounds a bit intimidating. The truth is: IT IS! But we think we do some of our best work when we might feel a tad uncomfortable. We offer classes in a variety of different areas:
For those who are trying to learn more about themselves, go deeper, and enhance their toolkit on life.
For those who want to take their relationship from a 4 or a 5 to a 10.
Classes for as young as 2-5 all the way up to high school.
Classes focused around anxiety, depression, trauma, mood, OCD, and more.
Groups are an amazing way to do some great work at a fraction of the cost of traditional therapy. Perhaps you think the idea of joining a group sounds a bit intimidating. The truth is: IT IS! But we think we do some of our best work when we might feel a tad uncomfortable.