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 Group Therapy 

Women's Empowerment Group
(Next meet up: TBD)

Join us via Zoom in The Womens’ Den, on a journey of cradling and transforming trauma to ignite a profound awakening of the feminine! 

Our goal is to create a community of women, and shared wisdom that unites the two worlds of empirically driven psychology and the infinite wisdom of alternative healing practices. 

This collective is designed for women with scars, and a desire to catapult success in the dance of life, to find our deep grounding roots, and live in fluidity! The power is in the collective. Come join us with your sorrow, your energy, and let your intuitive gifts come alive! 

Sneak Peak topics are:

-release from fear

-releasing physical manifestations from trauma

-how do you walk around with your trauma?

-empower your life through intuition

-Techniques to Peace

-How to Ignite The Feminine Collective

-Give endorphins to each other, holding everyone accountable 

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Meet Your Group Facilitators

Jennifer Sleeper M.A., LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist,
EMDR and Addiction Therapist


Ana Lisa Tucker M.A., LMFT, RYT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Reiki Practitioner & Mindfulness Instructor

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Red Moon Paperback

by Miranda Gray  (Author)

Ancient menstrual wisdom for modern women For our ancestors the menstrual cycle was a source of wonderful creative, spiritual, sexual, emotional, mental and physical energies. It was a gift that empowered women to renew themselves each month, to manifest and create the world around them, to connect deeply with the land and their family, and to express deep wisdom and inspiration. This ancient female teaching is still available to us in our mythology and nursery tales. Miranda Gray introduces modern women to their unique cyclic nature and guides them in accepting and expressing a passionate and creative cycle-empowered life. She explores the women's wisdom contained in western mythology and traditional stories and offers practical exercises and methods (including the 'Moon Dial') to explore the depths of being a Cyclic Woman. Red Moon will transform the way you think about yourself, your cycle and your life! Red Moon helps you to: • accept your cyclic self and connect with each of the different powerful energies of the four phases of your menstrual cycle • enjoy and apply these energies creatively, sexually and spiritually to everyday life • re-awaken the cyclic myths for yourself as a personal journey • create rites of passage to bring emotional acceptance and transformation Contains revised and new content and illustrations. "Red Moon has helped me to gain a whole new positive vision about my menstrual cycle. The wonderful combination of stories, inspirational information and practical exercises makes this a handbook for women's transformation." Sophia Style, Menstrual Cycle Educator, Spain. Miranda Gray is an advocate for the recognition of the cyclic nature of women. She is an artist, designer, writer, and alternative therapy teacher. She lives what she teaches.

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Angels in the OR: What Dying Taught Me About Healing, Survival, and Transformation 

by Tricia Barker  (Author)

One woman’s courageous story.

Tricia Barker was a depressed, agnostic college student at The University of Texas in Austin...until a profound near-death experience (NDE) during surgery revolutionizes her entire world. As she learns to walk again, Tricia lets go of painful wounds from childhood and integrates some of the aftereffects of her spiritual journey into her daily life. She returns to college with renewed vigor, intending to embark on a new path by becoming an English teacher. 

But after a year of teaching in the US, Tricia travels to South Korea, where she is the victim of a sexual assault. Now, she must use the wisdom she gained on the Other Side to heal herself; and later, guide countless junior high, high school, and college students to greater peace. Through teaching and mentoring others—many of whom are struggling with traumas of their own—Tricia decides to devote her life to bringing the “light” she experienced during her NDE to individuals who are seeking solace, inspiration, and overall well-being.

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