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" Part of Me" support group intends to provide normality to those individuals who share their dissociative Parts in a well-rounded way and in a safe space while promoting common language and familiarity.

The Purpose of this unique Support Group is to meet in a space that recognizes and shares Parts of oneself with those individuals who have similar experiences and common themes in their recovery journey. To give a safe space to explore and support each other’s experiences, recognizing and bringing validity to them ~ by acknowledging the significance and value of Parts.

We all heal and deal with our trauma and life stressors differently. “Part of Me” support group recognizes that we as individuals are not alone as we heal from those past experiences which caused us to disassociate in order to survive. We recognize the journey that has brought us from where we were from to where we want to go, progressively from survival unto living ~ to thriving.

If you have experienced disassociation and developed Parts as a way of coping with your experiences and would like to share your experiences with other like-minded people. Please join us downtown Ashland at the Professional Building in the Conference Room every Thursday from 11-12pm, beginning May 5th, 2022.

Contact Stacey Roberts with questions:  8staceyroberts@gmail.com or 567-215-5021.

 

Celebrate Your Mind is a Peer Support Group affiliated with the Hearing Voices Network-USA. The group offers peer support for those who experience voice hearing, visions, and other unusual or extreme experiences. The group is open and takes place in a nonclinical setting where members can speak freely about their experiences without judgment or stigmatization. Contact Stacey Roberts at 567-215-5021 or 8staceyroberts@gmail.com for more information.  

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