Group Therapy: Holding Space for Mom

Collaborative and compassionate group therapy in Eastern North Carolina

Are you a mom or have young children and feel like lately you have been getting completely overwhelmed?

Maybe you want to reach out to your community for help or resources but can’t seem to find the time to get away? Perhaps supportive friends you do have don’t understand because they are in a different phase in their lives. You may be getting lost in the day to day or simply struggling to remember what life was before you were a mom. Perhaps you’re feeling alone, not appreciated and finding it difficult to care for yourself the way you’d like to.

Whatever you’re experiencing, you are noticing the impact in every area of your life.

Are you experiencing:

  • Difficulty regulating emotions
  • Sense of Loneliness
  • Compassion Fatigue
  • Difficulties in relationships
  • Irritability/Angry
  • Anxiety
  • Lack of self-worth
  • Depression
  • Shame or Guilt

Holding Space for Mom group therapy can help.

It may feel impossible now, but you can take care of you while still being a good mom. And I can help you get there.

Holding Space for Moms will offer support and address some of the following:

  • Connecting with other Moms’ dtories
  • Grounding and mindfulness
  • Unpacking Your Emotions
  • Friendships 
  • Addressing snxiety & fepression

Erica and DeShana can help through this. Their approach to Holding Space for Moms comes from a place of understanding and from being there. This group is for whatever you need. If you just want to listen that is fine. Sometimes just knowing you are not alone in how you feel can help. You will not be pushed to participate in any way that makes you uncomfortable. It really is just a place to hold space for moms.

Loneliness, overwhelm and anxiety don’t have to be your story.


Anger management

Holding Space for Mom FAQs

What are Holding Space for Mom group sessions like?

We will meet online through Zoom. The initial assessment lasts up to 90 minutes, and weekly group sessions last 60 minutes. During the sessions we will focus on what is important to the group. And we will figure out how to deal with it in ways that make sense to you. You know yourself best.

You will not be pushed to participate in any way that makes you uncomfortable.


How long do I need to be in group therapy?

This particular group will last for 5 sessions, with the option to start individual therapy afterwards should you choose to.

How do I know if group therapy will work for me?

While we can’t make guarantees, if you want to hear from other moms who have been where you are and can relate, who are looking community and support and want to learn some tools to help then you’ve found the right place.

How do we get started?

Reach out! We will set up a short phone call or Zoom meeting to discuss any questions or concerns you might have.

We will talk about scheduling, pricing, and explain the process.