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4 WEEKS to GET GROUNDED

Steady NYC is excited to offer 4 WEEKS to Get Grounded!

This is an online psycho-educational and skill building group. Attendees will walk away with concrete skills to improve managing emotions and staying anchored to oneself during times of distress or disturbance.

Attendees can attend one group or all the groups. Cost is based on a suggested donation of $5-25 per group.

Pre-registration is required. Please email Maya@steadynyc.com including dates you would like to attend. 

GROUP FACILITATORS 

Maya Sakharov (Intern) currently lives in Dublin, Ireland and studies psychology at Trinity College Dublin. This fall she will be applying for my PhD in Clinical Psychology. Maya is interested in using cognitive-behavioral, mindfulness, and physical practices to facilitate healing as well as incorporate neuropsychological research to facilitate our understanding of human behavior. Maya hopes to become a clinical therapist and is very passionate about helping people heal and achieve their full potential. Maya loves spending time in nature whether it be hiking, doing yoga, walking my dog, or meditating. Mindfulness based exercises have helped me enjoy the present and I hope help others achieve the same and more.

Joelle Fanciullo, MA LMSW, is a Licensed Social Worker who supports and empowers people to feel comfortable in their own skin. She specializes in self-esteem, body image, and relational trauma. Her warm and insightful therapy style is informed by a background in neuroscience, body-centered psychotherapy, and spiritual healing.

Kathryn Grooms, LCSW-R (Founder & Clinical Director) is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with more than 25 years of experience helping people manage the effects of trauma, substance abuse, mood disorders, anxiety, depression, sexuality, and gender. She is certified in the practice of EMDR and Gestalt Therapy; is a certified Daring Way™ Facilitator; and, she is a trained Harm Reduction practitioner.

Shelby Remillard, LMHC, is professionally trained in the practices of mindfulness, motivational interviewing, harm reduction, coping skills training, drama therapy, and yoga in therapy. She specializes in working with clients with histories of trauma and those struggling with grief and loss.

Kyra Ross, MHC-LP, believes that the incorporation of the whole person is needed for growth, healing, and the ability to flourish as an individual. In her work as a clinician, she utilizes body and breathwork to strengthen the awareness of the mind/body connection. Awareness of her clients intersectionality and how their multiple identities contribute to their worldview allows room for healing from intergenerational and societal traumas.

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