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  • Tuesday, August 02, 2022 11:35 AM | Maureen Johnston

    Being a gender expansive child of any age brings with it a wide range of unique challenges. Many do not know any other kids who don’t fit the gender norms, and this can be a lonely, isolating, and confusing experience. 

    These groups are designed to provide a safe, supportive, fun place for kids to gather with other children who don’t fit our conventional gender definitions. This gives them greater freedom to explore and celebrate their own gender identity.

    Activities are designed to help young children learn more about their relationship with themselves, their own bodies, and with the world around them. Age-appropriate expressive arts, games, books, and discussions will be utilized to facilitate self-understanding, emotional regulation, and social skills development.

    For more info send me an email at

  • Monday, July 11, 2022 10:58 PM | Karla Amanda Brown

    You are invited to the Summer 2022 Virtual Community Meeting of the Northern California Group Psychotherapy Society (NCGPS). Register today for Untying The Strings of Racism.

    This coming Sunday, July 17th from 1pm - 2:30pm Pacific, NCGPS will host Vincent Malik Dehili, PhD, CGP who will lead us in a discussion about doing away with the one-size-fits-all approach in favor of living and connecting from the fullness of ourselves in group psychotherapy. 

    Save the Dates:
    Aug 19-20, 2022 - 25th Biennial Training Institute
    Conscious and Unconscious Bi
    as in Groups

    September 20, 2022 - 8 Week Series
    Dismantling White Supremacy Within Ourselves: Anti-Racism Accountability Group for White Therapists

    Karla Amanda Brown (she/her), MA, LMFT
    Founder/CEO at Soul Centric Counseling & Soul Centric Collective

    Serving Group & Couple Patients via Telehealth in CA, AZ, FL, UT
    Northern California Group Psychotherapy Society (NCGPS)
    - Director of Membership/Outreach

    AEDP Racialized Trauma Vision Collective
    - Founding Member & Relational Trauma Committee Chair

    Bay Area Community Health Advisory Council (BACHAC)
    - San Mateo County Community Assessment Design & Planning Committee
    Sage Institute Clinical Supervisor
    Northern California Assn of Harm Reduction Therapists & Providers

  • Friday, May 13, 2022 12:42 PM | Anonymous

    I’m really excited to let you know that I’ll be speaking at the brand new online and FREE Relationship Super Conference which runs May 16-22. The event features over 70 expert speakers covering a range of topics from connection and intimacy, repairing after arguments, breaking toxic relationship cycles, loneliness and isolation, LGBTQIIA+ relationships, and much more. I’m especially excited to tune in to Stan Tatkin’s talk, and also the featured talk by Harville Hendrix and Helen Hunt (Getting the Love you Want). All talks are available for purchase after May 22, using the same link.

    My talk is on Day 3 (May 18), and is called “Cultivating Intimate Communication.” Sign up for your FREE place here I’ll see you there!

    Join the Relationship Super Conference and discover practical tools and techniques to help your relationship thrive, whether with yourself, your partner, your children, your family or your friends.

  • Sunday, April 03, 2022 11:10 AM | Maya Anderson

    We at Resilient Minds Collective are very excited to be offering teens and young adults the opportunity to develop and practice executive functioning skills with others this summer!

    Clients will learn how to improve their organization, control their emotional responses, prioritize assignments and deadlines, and other skills critical to the improvement of executive functioning. We will also provide space to discuss why this is important for successful relationships and anxiety reduction. 

    This informative and fun 5-week program will run twice weekly, with both in-person and remote options for your health and convenience.  For an additional fee, we will also offer one-to-one remote coaching for those who would like support outside of the group in cases where more support may be needed. 

    Groups will run twice a week for 90 minutes with in-person  sessions  held on Mondays and Wednesdays (12:30 - 2:00 PM or 2:30 - 4:00 PM). Parents or interested individuals can  complete this survey and indicate which times and options would work best for your  summer schedule as this will help us tailor our times to ages and needs. Optional 45-minute virtual individual make-up or additional coaching sessions will be available on Fridays between 9:00 AM - 1:45 PM. Additional fees will apply for Friday sessions.

    The first day of the summer session begins on July 6th and wraps up on August 5th!

    Our Licensed Education Psychologists Darlene Norman, May Nguyen, and Maya Anderson will facilitate the groups. Please come read our bio’s at Resilient Minds Collective for more details about our specialties and background or email us at

  • Thursday, February 03, 2022 2:23 PM | Estelle Drahon-Servel

    When your clients are feeling overwhelmed, alone, sad, scared, or angry because the birth of their child(ren) did not go as expected and you think they would benefit from more support, you can recommend this group: Childbirth Complications support group. Mothers and fathers are welcome to this drop-in group.

    This group meets online via Zoom the 3rd Tuesday of every month from 6:30 to 7:45 pm. Next meeting will be February 15th, 2022. 

    If you have any questions, you can contact me at

    Estelle Drahon-Servel, AMFT #126844 (Supervised by Jessica Sorci, LMFT #53881

SCV-CAMFT                 P.O. Box 60814, Palo Alto, CA. 94306                      408-721-2010

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