Empowerment Support Groups
Mindfulness and Mood: Empowerment Skills for Women
Ruled by Anxiety, Mood or Emotions?
Gain Skills that will help you to reduce anxiety, improve mood and relationships, relax your body and quiet your mind and gain greater emotional balance. This five session group will focus on the unique stresses facing women and will offer skills for women to manage anxiety, mood and emotions and to empower women in their everyday lives. Join us in a safe and supportive space!
Free of charge and open to women from UMass, Five Colleges and the surrounding community. Registration and pre-group meeting required.
Women in Academia: Surviving the Dissertation
Women in academia frequently feel isolated when confronting the hurdles that can interfere with the successful completion of the dissertation and transitioning into early career professionals. This group will provide a space for women to build a supportive network and to discuss issues that are particular to women in various stages of the dissertation process. Meetings will open dialogue around multiple aspects of personal identity (e.g., race, class, orientation, ability, etc) that intersect with gender during this process and aim to help women in academia find and use their voice. Members will also use the group to identify tangible weekly goals, to share their victories, and to discuss personal challenges with group support and feedback.
This is being facilitated by Mamta Dadlani, PhD.
Open To (audience): Hilltown Parents
Co-sponsors: Gateway Family Center
A weekly drop in group for parents with infants 0-1 years old. Siblings Welcome.
For more information, contact Kim at: 413-667-2203 x3 or email@example.com
International Women's discussion group
Open To: North Village residents (Umass Family Housing)
The group will focus on building community, healthy relationships, self-esteem, and empowerment.
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We welcome your requests.