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Know this: YOU ARE NOT ALONE. "Trauma" can be defined by any event(s) that have overwhelmed our ability to cope. It disconnects us from ourselves and our relationships. Healing from trauma IS POSSIBLE.  This group meets online weekly for 8 weeks and is led by Wilcox Wellness Founder and Director Erica Wilcox, LPC. Erica is Licensed Professional Counselor specializing in womxn's trauma recovery. This group provides a confidential, safe and supportive space for womxn to join together no matter where they are are in their healing journey. This group is a closed group which means everyone begins and ends together. Each participant will meet for a personal consultation with Erica prior to the group to ensure that their unique needs are met. The series is clinically integrative, interactive, inspiring, and takes a creative approach to trauma recovery; often involving art, writing, music, movement and even laughter. Education and exploration of about the impact of trauma, abuse, power/control, addiction, family dynamics is addressed with a strong emphasis on self-care, empowerment, mindfulness and grounding exercises to help support mind, body and spirit. Space is limited to 10 participants.

Topics Covered:

*The relationship between trauma and the mind/body connection

*Reconnecting with your body and heart to manage trauma triggers

*Exploring cultural conditioning of womxn and how this relates to power and control

*Mindfulness for everybody (even when you can't sit still)

*Empowerment through music, movement, art, and writing

*The connection between addiction and trauma

*Befriending yourself and honoring your shadow parts

*The value of anger, rage and intense emotions

*Understanding relationship patterns and what healthy relationships look, sound, and feel like

*Understanding wounded vs. healthy feminine and masculine energies (this do not related to gender or sex, we all have these energies)

*Reconnecting with and learning to trust your higher self and intuition

Who This Group Is For Any Self-Identified Womxn Who:

* sense that their past pain from relationships is impacting their present life

*want to learn ways to feel more centered in their minds and bodies

*are seeking to tap into their creative and playful side

*feels that they are the only one who is feeling this way

*wants to put words to things are are unspoken

*is already in individual therapy and feels that additional group support may be just what she needs

*wants a place at the table of confidence, connection, and authenticity

*no longer wants to be identified by the things that have happened to her

This Group is Not For You If:

* You are experiencing thoughts or behaviors related to self-harm or suicide

(*If you are thinking of suicide or self-harm, please reach out for immediate help by visiting or calling the National Suicide Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 )

*You are in an actively abusive relationship (We want you in a safe environment first and this support group is not designed to support members in current crisis. Please call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 800.799.SAFE (7233) or visit for immediate help.)

You are unable to attend at least 6 sessions (We acknowledge that you may be juggling a lot of responsibilities and may need to miss a group. Your payment for the group secures your space in advance, so while you will  not be refunded for a group that you miss, missing more than two sessions will prevent you from getting the full benefit of the group and connecting with others.

*Length: 8 Weeks and meets weekly on Fridays 12:00-1:00PM EST

Next Group Begins Friday, January 29, 2021- March 19, 2021  (Bring your lunch  if you wish and meet on your work break:)

Investment: $375 (This includes a Free 15 minute phone consultation)

Contact Erica Wilcox, LPC at to register.  Registration closes January 8, 2021 at 5PM. If you miss the registration date, you may join the next group. Group will be offered again late Spring 2021.

Womxn's Virtual Trauma Recovery Support Circle


Guidance and Support

“Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear, not absence of fear”

Mark Twain

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