Our world is filled with messages about who women are and who we ought to be. With all of these external filters, it becomes increasingly hard to listen to our inner voice. As women created in the image of God, our individual silence or hiding impacts the greater collective.
Through reading, prompts, conversation, prayer and meditation we will journey together. Our intention is to be open to listen - to ourselves, one another, and God.
Lead by Restoration therapist, Lindy Pearson, the "Circle of Women" group is a sacred space where our individual and collective healing is co-created and witnessed. Many of us bear the wounds of relationships. The power of coming together to heal in relationship is the work of restoring ourselves to our intended state of beauty, goodness and freedom. Our wellness is found in our unity, not in our isolation.
6 Weekly Group Sessions
Wednesdays, April 25-May 30, 2018
Limited to 8 Participants
Due to the nature of this group, it is designed for women only.
6 Weekly Group Sessions
Wednesdays, April 25-May 30
@ Restoration Counseling
155 W. Harvard Street, Suite 401, FoCo
Come discover what may be restored through connecting with other courageous seekers.
Limited to 8 women
Group Sessions are $50/session, with payment due in full upon registration. Total cost: $300
Due to the nature of the group, it is important that group members commit to attend all sessions. While we understand life and family emergencies may interfere, your consistency and presence is important for the continuity of the group and to offer dignity and honor to group members. Please review your calendar prior to registration. Thank you!
Circle of Women is designed as a therapy group, and while elements may be similar to a support group, small group, or church group, aspects of a participant's journey will be more deeply explored.
Meet The Circle of Women Group Facilitator
Lindy Pearson, MA
Lindy is the newest addition to the Restoration Counseling team having moved from Seattle, Washington to join the story work in Fort Collins. She graduated with M.A. in Counseling Psychology from The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology, and holds B.A. in psychology. Prior to moving to Colorado, Lindy spent the past 7 ½ years working with groups and individuals at Seattle Pacific University in the Office of University Ministries and the Student Counseling Center.
Her love of merging theology and psychology brings a unique perspective as she has engaged and invites others into knowing their deeper identity. In addition to her work in higher education, Lindy has worked in hospice with end of life and bereavement. She welcomes curiosity and questions among the complex issues of being and becoming.
Having moved back and forth between the Pacific Northwest and Colorado (now five moves between the two), she is convinced that heaven is a combination of the people and places of both places. She is grateful to be back in the land of sunshine with fellow Coloradans where the mountains are mighty and the sky is wide open.
For Lindy, Spring is a season of that invites to new intention and awaiting new life. When she is not in the office you might see her at a local nursery dreaming of future landscapes, planting bulbs in her garden, frolicking with her family through parks, or sipping some fresh brewed iced tea.