A Therapy Group for Women Who Identify as Black and/or Biracial
Sisters in Solidarity (SIS) is an opportunity for you to grow as an individual in an group environment that is safe and supportive. The goal is for you to develop strategies for becoming the best you in connection with others who want to do the same and with whom you may be able to relate. Topics of the group may include:
- Friendship and Sisterhood
- Job and Career
- Family Challenges
- Practicing Self-Care
- Depression and Anxiety
- Health and Fitness
If you are interested in joining the group, but a topic you want to address is not on the list, let us know! Topics will be flexible to the needs of selected participants.
What do I need to know about this group?
The group size will be no more than 10 participants. Participants must be adult women who identify as Black and/or biracial.
FIRST GROUP [Now closed]: We meet every Wednesday for 8 weeks from 5:30 to 7:00pm, starting October 3
SECOND GROUP [Accepting members now!]: Day and time to be decided by availability of those who express interest. Email us (below) or complete the Sisters in Solidarity Interest Form
Members must be interviewed by a group facilitator prior to joining. This is to ensure that the group is appropriate for you and that you are a good fit for the group. This intake session will be available during the day, evenings, and weekends based on the availability of the counselor and will last 30-minutes to one hour. This will be an opportunity to go over your own goals and expectations for the group.
Meetings take place at the Lifeologie Institute in Dallas. The address is 3303 Lee Parkway, Suite 330, Dallas, TX 75219.
The cost of the intake session will be a one-time fee of $55. If not selected, counselors will offer referrals for other services. If the group has enough interest for a waitlist, waitlisted individuals who join a later SIS group will not be charged the fee again and will be notified when the group is offered again.
For selected participants, the cost per weekly session is $25. Participants can save over 10% by paying $175 upfront at the first session.
More about cost: Due to various and historical barriers to counseling for this population, cost is prohibitive to some. For this reason, the weekly session cost is far below what one may pay for individual counseling sessions in private practice. Group therapy is not a replacement for individual counseling, but may help you get started on your counseling journey or receive some of the same benefits.
Cori Hill, MS, NCC, LPC Intern
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Alana McCraw, INHC, Masters Level Intern
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(Both supervised by Melanies Wells, LPC-S, LMFT-S)