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Divorce Shoppe
Historic Sellwood
8624 SE 13th Avenue
Portland, Oregon 97202

Tel 503.232.9922
Fax 503.232.8123

2005

 

 

Support Groups Starting!

Thursdays:
November 10, 17
December 1, 8, 15
January 2, 12, 19, 26

6:30-8:30 pm

$40 per session
$340 for 8 sessions

Register

Support Group Topics Include:

  • Self-Care and Moving Forward
  • Helping Children Cope and Thrive
  • Developing Financial Confidence
  • Reconnecting with Your Life Purpose
  • Co-Parenting and the Power of Effective Communication
  • Navigating Step-parenting and the Blended Family
  • Requests from Group Members

 

Support Groups


If you have been divorced or are currently going through a separation or divorce, you have the opportunity to benefit from the
Divorce Shoppe's Support Groups.

Meet and connect with others who share the life altering experience of divorce and separation.  Learn how to handle the process of coping with endings and building new lives. 

With the support and guidance of skilled therapists group members will:

● Strengthen and develop skills to navigate the challenges of divorce and life after divorce.

  • ● Learn how to effectively honor and cope with feelings of guilt, loss, anger, and grief.

Collaboratively Trained Group Leaders:

Deborah Lee-Thornby, M.A. is a psychotherapist

Jessie Diamond is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a National Certified Counselor

 

 

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