Create a new tribe of dynamic, divorcing women who truly get what you’re going through.  This group is appropriate for any woman going through separation, divorce, or recently divorced.  Grieve the losses, process the major adjustments, and gain a deeper understanding of why the relationship ended. Sometimes society applies negative labels such as a “failed relationship” or a “broken home” to divorced individuals but Flourish doesn’t buy into those labels at all.  Participants will be reading Brene Brown’s best-selling book Rising Strong to compliment activities in the meetings and to re-frame divorce as a sometimes necessary component of your personal evolution and growth. This group will meet 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm one Sunday evening each month:  October 16, 2016, November 20, 2016, December 18, 2016, January 22, 2017 & February 19, 2017. Attend the October 16 meeting for FREE simply by pre-registering. divorcing-women-group_small

Details & Costs for Each Group

Group participants will set goals for themselves, be assigned “homework” and be held accountable for completing their action items in between meetings.  All meetings take place at Flourish.  Space is limited.  Groups are for adults only.  All participants are asked to make their own childcare arrangements for their infants or children. Each group is facilitated by licensed therapist and coach Amy Couchman, LPC, who has over 20 years of experience.


Group participants must commit to the series and attend at least 4 of the 5 meetings. $340.00 total due if paid in full at the end of the October meeting. $380.00 total due if paid in 5 monthly installments of $100 each in Oct, Nov, Dec, Jan & Feb. Active Flourish clients receive a 20% discount off of both payment options.  (Active means that you or a member of your household have attended at least 1 session within the past 60 days or you’re beginning regular sessions at Flourish within 30 days from the start of the group.) A limited number of partial scholarships are available for each group to households that are in financial needs.