A support group for Asian American postpartum mothers 21+ to connect with one another through discussions and artmaking on the wins and challenges of motherhood in a safe and non-judgmental space.
Inspired by Lindsay Gibson’s book, Adult Children of Emotionally Immature Parents, this group is a space for individuals to process the impact of emotionally immature parenting and learn tools to manage.
A compassionate space for Asian American adults (18+) to explore their relationship to their emotions, learn skills for how to manage their emotions, and receive support.
A compassionate space for Asian Pacific Islander South Asian adults (18+) to share their experiences with disordered eating and body image, to receive support, and to find a sense of empowerment through a communal support group.
This group is intended specifically for South Asian Female Experience/Identifying adults (21+), i.e., those with descent from Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. This space is intended for members to share their South Asian experiences, receive support, and find a sense of
This support group was formerly called “The Highly Sensitive Person” Group. It has been one of our most popular and successful groups, offering group members a space to share their experiences and learn to navigate their sensitivity, including how their sensitivity intersects with our identities.
A Neurodiversity-Affirming Space for Adults with ADHD to Share Their Experiences, Receive Support, and Learn Skills.
Part 2 of Sensitive Feelers and Empath Group: A Space for Asian & South Asian American Adults to share their relational Sensitive Feelers and Empath experiences, receive support, and learn skills. This support group was formerly called “APIDA Highly Sensitive Person Group – Relationships (Part
A space to explore how to feel good in your body and free yourself from body shame.
A compassionate space for Asian Pacific Islander South Asian American (APISA) adults to share their Sensitive Feeler and Empath experiences, receive support, and learn skills. This support group was formerly called “APISA Highly Sensitive Person Support Group”. It has been a popular and successful group,