Life transitions are unavoidable and may look different for everyone. A life transition could bestarting a new job, adjusting into adulthood, starting college, breakups, or health concerns. Whatever the case may be, going through these transitions alone is scary.
This Life Transition Group will be a process group that will allow individuals to have a safe space to be vulnerable, share their feelings, while also being supported by others who are struggling with life transitions. Life is fast moving and constantly changing, so take the time to slow down for a couple of minutes with others just like you.
Who’s it for: Anyone between the ages 18-28
When: Saturdays at 11am from May 14th to June 25th
Where: Fort Worth Lifeologie
Ana Chico is a master’s level intern with Lifeologie Fort Worth. Being a first generation Latina, Ana experienced anxiety throughout her childhood and adulthood. Fortunately, at the University of North Texas she began taking psychology classes where she started to understand the root of her anxiety, and how to manage it. This was Ana’s catalyst that brought her to seek therapy and pursue her master’s in counseling. To learn more about Ana, view her full bio here.
Tryna Jackson is a master’s level intern with Lifeologie Fort Worth. Having experienced anxiety and depression through her adolescent years, it wasn’t until her first year of college where she decided to take the step of seeking individual and group counseling for her anxiety and depression. Tryna now has several years of experience working with individuals with intellectual disabilities and with teens/tweens. To learn more about Tryna, view her full bio here.