The Trauma Masterclass: Rekindling the Brain-Body Connection
Thurs 5:30pm -6:45pm Downtown
This 10-week psychoeducational group is not intended for processing the experience of trauma, but rather to understand the effects of trauma on the brain and body. Members will learn to combat the shame associated with experiencing and being impacted by trauma. To help members gain more knowledge around the effects of trauma on the body, brain, and relationships, with the intention that members will be empowered to better self-advocate in their interpersonal relationships, therapy relationships, and with other medical providers. Further, members will work to befriend their bodies and nervous systems as a way to better cope with their trauma-related symptoms.
Queer Women’s Process Group
Thurs 6-7:15pm in Andersonville
This nine month-long process group connects queer women who are interested in building community, exploring identity, examining issues as you see them with peers, giving and receiving feedback, and practicing new communication skills and behaviors.
Gender Experience Process Group
Thurs 6:30-8pm downtown; Sat 11:30am-12:45pm in Andersonville
These nine month-long process groups provide a sense of community in a safe space wherein clients may openly explore their gender identity and express themselves in ways their current lives may not allow. These groups are open to people with all gender identities and expressions who are curious about exploring their experience of gender identity and expression with others. These groups focus on learning how to give and receive genuine and constructive feedback. Learn how you are being perceived by others, and learn how to share your perceptions of others to others as well. See how different ways of communicating can promote or hinder meaningful relationships.
Gender Experience Support Group
Wed 6-7:15pm in Andersonville
This ongoing support group offers a safe space for clients who have completed a Gender Experience Process Group at IntraSpectrum and would like to continue their growth in a structured environment. This groups serves as a space to connect socially as well as examine gender identity and expression.
Interpersonal Relationships Process Group
Tues 5:30-6:45pm Downtown
This nine month-long process group will provide members opportunities to increase self-awareness and learn how they relate to others. By giving and receiving feedback and practicing emotional communication, group members can better understand barriers to satisfying social and/or romantic relationships. Group members will focus on improving their relationships with others and with themselves and practice vulnerability to foster emotional closeness. This group is open to adults of all ages, sexual identities, and gender identities.
Gay Men’s Process Group
Mon 8:00-9:15pm Andersonville
This group will provide members a safe and supportive environment in which they can strengthen abilities to connect with other men, explore issues of identity, and increase self-awareness. By giving and receiving feedback and practicing emotional communication in the here-and-now, group members can better understand barriers to satisfying social and/or romantic relationships and improve their connections with others and with themselves. This group is open to gay, queer, bisexual, and asexual men over the age of 18.
Please contact our Group Coordinator, Elizabeth Klicker-Nicklay, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about group participation.