Facilitated Discussion Groups

New Approaches is pleased to offer professionally facilitated discussion groups to enhance personal and professional growth. These groups offer education, support, and strategies, as well as connection to others who are exploring similar topics.

Upcoming Discussion Groups

This online facilitated discussion group was born of a strong need for women who are experiencing the pressure cooker of home and work to get together to talk about our shared struggles.

For working moms, things are hard and that’s not going to change anytime soon, however, when we get together and feel seen and heard, we start to see where there is room. Room for a bit more rest. Room to be easier on ourselves. Room for moments of joy and peace. Room to see the hope of an easier, lighter future.

Topics explored include:

  • boundaries and how to communicate them effectively
  • re-examining and reimagining our values and priorities
  • fall/winter/dark season emotional survival strategies
  • managing expectations from self and others
  • rethinking and reframing the holiday season
  • work/life balance (or maybe just a little less stress and chaos?)

Next Working Moms Group Meeting

Join our next Working Moms Group or email Hannah to find out about bringing this group to your organization.

Next session starts ______ and runs for 4 Wednesday evenings 7:30-8:30pm online on our doxy platform (email with simple directions will be sent when you register). Cost is $99 total for the 4-week session.

Working Moms Group

“ I got so much more out of it than I had ever expected. It was so calming to connect with others juggling the many demands of our family, professional and personal lives, and to have the space to get really clear on what our own non-negotiables are to be our best and how we can protect them.”

Work Stress Strategy Group

This facilitated discussion group focuses on processing the emotional toll that work stress takes on your life and working to build practical skills and mindsets that help get to the root of your work stress.

Often, stress is not just about volume of work, but the interpersonal dynamics and conflicts, the inefficiencies and injustices, and the struggle to be heard, seen and respected.

Topics explored in this group include: communication skills, no-talk boundaries, boundary communication, self-advocacy, using your voice and power to help others, building support systems, and letting go of perfectionism and people-pleasing (and many more).

Join or next Work Stress Strategy Group, or email Hannah to find out how to bring this group to your organization.

Next session starts _____ from 4-5pm and runs weekly for 4 weeks. Sessions are online on our doxy platform (email with simple directions will be sent when you register). Cost is $99 total for the 4-week session.