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Trauma Group Coaching for Women

Holiday Healing
1st & 3rd Mondays, 6:30 PM

Beginning in November

Location:
V
ineyard Christian Church

1055 McNaughten Rd, Columbus, OH 43213

This is a trauma group coaching experience for women. For the months of November and December we will be discussing strategies for interacting with family and friends over the holidays, particularly loved ones who have been involved with our past traumatic experiences.

This group is sponsored by the Vineyard Columbus Support for Life ministry. For more information about Support for Life, click here.

Domestic Abuse Peer Support Group

Healing Our Past & Present Experiences

Domestic Abuse Peer Recovery Group for Women

Hosted by Steps of Hope, Inc.

Vineyard Christian Church

1055 McNaughten Rd, Columbus, OH 43213
2nd & 4th Mondays, 6:30 PM

To Register, email your name and any questions or concerns to info@ministryofhope.help or call 614-233-1637

Disclaimer: This is a self-help peer-led support group. We are not professionals. We are peers with lived experiences.

 

We are a group of ladies dedicated to inspire healing and restoration to women who have experienced trauma in their life. We are committed to link arms, walk alongside and support one another as we heal together. We provide tools and resources to help women discover their purpose along the way.
 

Our belief is by identifying what healthy relationships are it will help us to recognize unhealthy experiences we are in. H.O.P.E. is a peer-led support group of ladies who are trained facilitators with a heart to help women overcome their past. This group is for women who have experienced trauma, brokenness or abuse in their lives.

Caregiver & Chronic Illness Support

Dimensions of Wellness

Discussion Series

Fridays, 10:00 AM
September - December 2023

No registration required

Vineyard Columbus Grandview Campus

777 Goodale Boulevard, Suite 500
Grandview Heights, OH 43212

Wellness is not a static state. It involves giving good care to your physical self, using your mind constructively, expressing your emotions effectively, being creatively involved with those around you, and being concerned about your physical, psychological, and spiritual environments. 

 

In this discussion series, we will explore the 12 Dimensions of Wellness as explained by Dr. John Travis, MD, one of the founders of the wellness movement. During the week between meetings we will read brief commentaries about one of the wellness dimension by Dr. Travis and observe the relationship between that dimension the our overall wellbeing of our own lives and the lives of those we care about.

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