Online Support Groups

It’s OK to not be OK

The global pandemic has impacted all of us and we are learning a new way to function in the world. Almost everyone is struggling with this transition – uncertainly, worry, isolation, depression…

Don’t put your life on hold. 

We are offering a series of online counseling groups to give you a safe place to connect and be heard. You must be located in California to participate in the groups.

Online Groups Really Work!

Currently we are all under shelter-at-home orders, which means that therapists have moved to online counseling. Let’s isolate together!

Why should I consider online counseling groups?

  • If you are shelter at home or self isolating
  • If you have chronic health issues that make it difficult to get to therapy appointments
  • If you have limitations on your mobility or transportation
  • If you live too far away and can’t make it in person
  • Research shows that online counseling is just as effective an in person

We are adding some free and low fee online counseling groups to help people get through this crisis. Please complete the form at the bottom of the page if you would like more information or to request a free video consultation.

Managing Anxiety: an 8 week group on Tuesday evenings: Coming Soon!

$60 per session, ($480 total)

In the days of COVID all of us have experiences an increase in anxiety. This is a normal reaction to an abnormal situation and you aren’t alone! When things get tough, we need to step up our skill use and connect with others to build a sense of community. You will learn new tools about how to reduce your anxiety and calm your nervous system.

Join Jesalyn Eatchel and start to fee calmer and more able to navigate this world!

Read more about Jesalyn Eatchel, LCSW.


Coping with Loss: Coming Soon!

$60 per session, pre-paid monthly

We have all lost something. With the Coronavirus pandemic we have lost connection with friends and family, our freedom to be out and about, our work environment has changed, and we may be sick or have family members who are sick with the virus. We are isolated and we don’t know what the future will bring. The loss is palpable. This is a safe, sacred space to feel your feelings, reconnect with others and heal.